Thanks for the starter deck. Yeah, I just remember it being really cumbersome and unintuitive. I have no problem with physical flashcards, but for some reason doing that much work on a program was off-putting.
I’ve started iKnow this afternoon and am wondering why I wasn’t aware of it earlier. It’s fantastic. Like the vocabulary-based Wanikani I’d wanted, plus good built-in listening practice. Their placement test seems to have put me at the right spot too, where I have just enough of a foothold with other vocabulary and kanji to be able to quickly get the new words its giving me.
EDIT – Wait, I do notice it seems to be giving me predominantly N2 words. I’m still studying for N3 and am wondering if I should adjust it.