This is the short list:
1. Getting a good consistent grip from my draw. For some reason I've had problems lately. I have a feeling its because my holster is slipping forward and back a bit. I've got a Comptac paddle holster that tends to move around. I'm going to put some 3M outdoor tread tape here and there on it to see if I can stop that. Also, for USPSA I've got a new rig coming: a CR speed belt, 5 new Safariland 773 magazine pouches, and a Blade-Tech dropped and offset holster. That should help.
2. Be more consistent with my dry fire practice. I suspect that this may be one of the reasons I'm having trouble with #1.
3. Work on transitions between widely separated targets (see the previous post on the last steel match).
4. Slow down (just a bit) and work on accuracy. Always a challenge for me.