I haven't done my exercises yet today, but today I noticed a rather big change in my vision. There's significantly less suppression, and significantly better motor control.
One of the things that I did last night which may have contributed to the perceived differences is this: when I was doing light tube exercises, I did my normal thing of engaging the lazy eye so that the scene is bright as possible. In addition to that, I started moving my head side to side so that the left side of my face would be turned toward the light, and then turning it so that the right side of my face would be turned toward the light.
One of the things that I noticed when I did this is that it was challenging keeping a singular view of the scene. Especially when I turned to the right, I noticed that the lazy eye's image of the glowing circle would dip lower. And then when I adjusted and turned to the left, it would rise up higher. So I slowed down the rate at which I turned my head side to side so that it was slow enough that the control I have over the eye was able to prevent the lazy eye image from dipping lower. If I rotate slowly enough I'm able to maintain a singular view of the glowing circle. Then I sped my rotating a little bit so that I was right on the edge where I was able to maintain a singular view of the glowing circle, but just barely. I just kept it there at that edge of motor and sensory fusion all the while focusing on making the scene as bright as possible. I'm going to do this again today later when I come back from the gym.
But yeah, when I was walking around today, I started noticing things that I wasn't noticing before, like these lighting fixtures above me. It suddenly occurred to me how low they sit relative to the height of the ceiling. Also, it occurred to me how much more powerful my sense of motion parallax is when I looked through windows. I know Susan talks a bit about that in Fixing My Gaze. Big changes were noticed today.