I've already written about how much I like being able to finish up tasks I either haven't before, or had a very hard time with before. I'm going to say it again!
Sunday night I got to finish off not one but two quest chains unfamiliar to me: the one in Netherstorm that leads to confrontation with demon overlord Socrethar, and the one in Blade's Edge Mountains that leads to shooting down portals in Death's Door and confronting the demon Baelmon the Hound-Master. I really love how well World of Warcraft presents really big things, and these massive, towering eredar commanders are just so much fun to watch and to fight.
As an added benefit, I got Tivara to revered with the Cenarion Expedition while doing the Death's Door chain. It's very nice to have the better grade of arrow, damage being my little friend.
This is just exactly where I want to be in these pre-Lich King weeks: seeing new-to-me sites, getting things I've wanted to do done, enjoying both solo ability and companionship.
Now it's time for draenei Cirna to get better at skinning, cooking, and fishing.