In response to your latest masterpiece: (in the order that you so lovingly listed them)
Finding someone who can play like you would like to, and hanging with them: I could not have stated this more clearly in my reply. I quote: "In response to one of your earlier posts, I do take lessons from a private instructor contrary to what you felt you knew"
Finding musical content that needs range: I have possession of, have been playing, and am practicing pieces with a required range that I do not feel I have the most control over, hence the original purpose of my entire thread.
Posture and relaxedness: A good piece of advice, I appreciate it and alike with your recommendation about pressure, I will pay attention to these aspects while trying my best to become a better player overall.
Daily routine, body use and getting a life: My favorite advice, this one hit extremely close to the heart seeing as the one advising me to get a life has 13,000+ posts.
"Your path to improvement is not going to be easy because you don't read to understand": just a funny side note. I am in a college-level analytical-based English class. I do in fact, read to understand. *Just felt like adding a bit of humor in here. I couldn't resist proving you completely wrong.*
This will be my final post in regards to your love-filled advice. Lock the thread, take it down I do not mind at this point. I feel that I have more than adequately stated my knowledge on something that apparently I know nothing about and am completely oblivious to. I truly do appreciate the few pieces of actual advice you have given me. I look forward to working on them in efforts to improve myself as an overall musician.