There are a few things that there are different since Monday.
Suppression is significantly less--this is just based on my perception as I go about my day, and particularly while doing Columns.
Perception of depth has also gone up quite a bit as was especially evident while playing Metro 2033: Last Light.
Today I only did a 20 minute session because it's late, and I would rather have the extra 20 minutes of sleep than an extra 20 minutes of VT. Plus, my lazy eye is exhausted.
When I did Columns today, the suppression was so low that I began to noticed some visual artifacts that are a result of cyclodeviation. I saw the whole paper very clearly (despite the USPS envelope acting as a barrier between my two eyes), but there was a bend in the middle where the visual input splits. It bent downward, which represented the counterclockwise twist on the lazy eye. It should be low enough for me to be able to fix. I'll try and see whether I can fix it next time. I did this time already, and I think I was able to correct it. Let's see about tomorrow.
I'm going to go to sleep now. Hopefully the fatigue will be less tomorrow. We'll see what happens. I am excite.