Hi, ive been learning to mix on cd players (numark ndx400s. They're shit. I know. Wish i could afford proper equipment) for about a month now. Before that i mixed on a basic midi controller for about a year, so ive pretty much got the basics of mixing (beatmatching not included) down, and eventually got bored with the controller so i got cd players. So anyway, the next step for me has been learning meatmatching (djingtips.com had great tutorials, and reading the forum has helped alot), and i pretty much do it by the book. Thing is, after setting up a cue point, i tend to press and hold the cue button down (in time with the other tune, obviously..) and ride pitch accordingly, occasionally giving the jogwheel a little push. I release the cue button and repeat this until i get close enough for the tunes to stay in relative sync for about 4+bars. I tend to only use the play button for finetuning the pitch and starting a track. Ive read alot of threads about people forming bad habits by taking 'shortcuts' while practicing, so i was wondering whether or not overusing the cue button qualifies as one?