My readthrough of Castaway Dreams is going well, but it always worries me when I'm satisfied with my writing. I changed the font for this pass to catch any stray typos and it's amazing what a difference that makes. In fact, I once read that changing the font to Comic Sans is best for this task. I tried that, but it was too annoying and I switched to Arial instead (I write in Times Roman).
I also pared down a few sentences, and tweaked a couple scenes. Setting a manuscript aside for a few weeks, or a few months, helps bring a fresh perspective to it.
Another writer posted a picture of an unshaven, scruffy looking Colin Firth and I saved it to my "Castaway Dreams" file. When I fill out the artist information form for the cover, I think I'll say "This is what my hero, Alexander Murray, looks like." At least, that's how he looks in my mind.