Wish I had video. I was at a friends range. We had set bowling pins up in between the plates and set the drill up to take the 5 pins, reload and engage plates. The pins made me really be honest with myself but after taking them, the plates just seemed to be child's play. We did probably 10 runs on that drill and then some straight plate racks.
This type of training is making more and more sense to me. I've been shooting a LOT of El Prez's and Bill Drills using 1/2 sized targets, running them 2-3 times, then shooting the drill with full sized at the same distance. I've been consistently improving my times on these- I think in equal parts due to dry fire practice, and using 1/2 sized targets.
I've got some 2" plates I use for .22 practice, and I think I'm going to start using them for plate rack work...
I shot my first Steel Match recently and went absofa king lootely crazy for coco plates when I came in 2nd in my class. REALLY enjoyed it. 3+ hour drive back to the house, and my wifey was kinda surprised that I shared my hard on with her instead of hanging my scoresheet on it and parading around the local gun club.