Sharky, how about posting a link or two to your favorite sites so everyone can review them? I'm always up for new info.
Foofy Cat Lady, there are two things I learned through my feline nutrition research and raw food transition that would have been helpful had I understood them up front.
1. Feeding raw truly is easy. It's not mysterious and it doesn't take a degree in medicine to understand it. As long as you start close to the accepted guideline (80% meat, etc., 10% edible bone, 5% liver, and 5% other secreting organ per week), adjusting if and as necessary for your kitty, you can pretty much use any pattern or feeding method that fits into your schedule.
2. It's NOT dangerous. Cats evolved to eat this diet and are admirably suited to do so. (Even lamb and goat! There are historical accounts of the African Black-Footed cat taking down both, and these cats are proven genetic ancestors to our own.)
If you like to read, the Feline Nutrition Education Society
has some raw food articles that you might find interesting.