Okay, so I'm done with MSQ on both characters. Check. I have a loose plan in mind for Shadowbringers Early Access. Good. My quest journal should be .... not as full as it currently is. Yikes. Time to clean some things up...
I leveled crafting on Isa and Aluze. Much of it was with leves, lots with beast tribe quests. However, I neglected many of the crafting job quests. A quick look at Aluze's jobs showed me that I was at least through ARR with every job except goldsmith, who still had the level 20 quest waiting. Isa's probably better off, as her leveling was much slower over-all, with fewer leve turn-ins before ARR and all of her jobs raised within 2-3 levels of each other (with the exception of weaver, which I pushed to max so I could easily do scrip turn-ins). Needless to say, I have plenty to work on for both of them, and thankfully the SB crafting jobs give you the quest mats, making it so much quicker and mostly less frustrating over-all.
Having finally finished Ixal a few weeks ago, Isa's down to Sylphs for ARR. Today she finished the Vanu Vanu in HW, and with a little work the Vath will soon be finished. Stormblood tribes have been finished for months, and I'm waiting to do the final quests to ally the beast tribes once I'm done with everything so I can do all three in order.
Aluze has finished SB and HW, and I'm in no rush to kill myself by doing the ARR ones again any time soon.
I should really, really finish Isa's Scholar quests before SHB. I don't dislike scholar as a job, I just never really spent enough time with it to get the full use out of all the tricks. I healed a few raids and primals with Aluze before getting AST to 70, and while I did fine I'm sure I wasn't as efficient as I should've been. The changes coming in SHB sound interesting, and I may make sch my healer for Isa to work on.
Technically I have until 5.1 for this, but with the Garo collab going away, I've decided to try for the Ginga pipe on Isa, and finish working on the Raigo pipe for Aluze. Queues are popping pretty fast right now with full, chaotic groups of 72 people, which I find more fun than the 24 man groups. We'll see how much pvp I can stand before I throw in the towel, as sometimes it's really fun, while other times it's just too disheartening.
For the most part, all of these things are easy enough to work on in short bursts of playtime, and I'm certain I can wrap up a lot of stuff to make my list to-done.