I figured it was about time I put some structure into my cashouts, as I hadn't really put too much thought into it before, which is a bit unusual for me as I'd generally think things through in advance.
As with everything I like to keep it simple, so my strategy will be to cash out $1k for every $2k my bankroll grows by. So for now i'll cash out a total of around $6,000. I think i'm highly unlikely to redeposit that again, so I will effectively have halved my bankroll. This means that I will bankroll manage based on half my existing roll.
So ... that effectively cuts out playing $4/8 for the moment as i'm well under the 1,000BBs i've set myself as a basic minimum. It also limits my $3/6 to fishy tables ... but that is basically a given for me anyways as I refuse to play on tight tables.
However, at the same time, that $6k i've cashed out makes me about $40 a month in interest, so if I ever do manage to lose the rest of my bankroll, I could conceivably just wait for a month and cash back in for $40 and work from there. (well that and the fact that $40 a month quickly adds to $500 in a year so I could jump limits at the microstakes levels pretty quickly). I suspect losing $6k though is highly unlikely.
Now as far as my latest actual play goes, I put in all of 15 minutes yesterday basically on fulltilt as I could not find any fishy tables on the other sites. Boy was it an uneventful session. Played about 3 tables of $3/6 and apart from a few cbets, one hit draw and a couple missed draws, literally the rest were fold fold fold. Ended up around 10BBs though, so can't complain!
Current bankroll: $11,900