I spent the summer mostly doing technical drills and noodling, and I don't feel as though I've made too much progress as a player in the past three months, although I'm a lot faster than I was in May. My schedule is slowly filling up and out--I'm getting a job, I'm finally starting to go to the gym regularly, homework is getting increasingly important, and I will have both jazz and rock groups in which I play--so I will have a good 90 minutes each day in which to practice. This semester, I'd like to accomplish the following objectives: 1. Maintain or increase my left and right hand speed and increase my precision. 2. Be able to sight-read at a level of sufficient competence that a medium-difficulty college-level big band chart could be placed in front of me and I would be able to get through it on the first try. 3. Improve my intonation and speed on fretless sufficiently that I can switch between fretted and fretless without a hitch. 4. Increase my slapping speed and cleanliness. 5. Increase my soloing proficiency, particularly above the 12th fret (I am still uncomfortable playing in the upper register). Yes, this is a tall order. Anyone have any ideas how I could do this? This summer I did ~45 minutes of drills a day, but in a daily practice session of 60 to 90 minutes, that doesn't seem feasible. I will have a teacher to help me with #2 and #5, and possibly #3, so my time spent on those will be more productive. How would y'all set this up? Any exercises recommended?