Slight letdown: it turns out that your performance with a target .22 will not be entirely representative of your experience with a compact 9mm. Nonetheless, it's more about knowing what to learn than about becoming perfect during the class, and anyway I'm still massively better even with the 9mm. I'm also a bit safer and a lot more mechanically, legally, and practically informed. At $50 for 14 hours of extremely personal and helpful instruction, that class leaves me feeling like I ripped them off.
I want a rifle now. I want a .22 bolt-action rifle and I want to put a nice scope on it and I want to shoot very teeny things from very far away. I think this would be fulfilling.
(I also want a single-action revolver in a big caliber and a shotgun and a .30-06 rifle, but my bank account informs me that as long as I'm dreaming, why not a pony too?)