ok, how bout you stop reading drum posts now, and practice everything you've seen/heard of right here it's probly the most important thing you can do, is practice.... so do it! Practice the stuff your not good at, conquer that, then move on to other stuff.
Practice is fine, but I say go find some people to make music with, then you will learn how to apply your practicing to the real world. You can also make a buck or two in the process.
Also, I find that what I practice doesn't always work in when playing with other musicians, because making music is more than playing rudiments fast or four way coordination exercises. It is about listening and learning what not to play more than playing a lot of cool licks.