Pro tips specifically for the Chally:
-Don't try to downshift or heel-toe in your first months of learning. If you have to suddenly lower your speed, use brake and clutch together, drop one gear. If it lugs, drop another gear. One thing at the time.
-There's an awful lot of torque. Downshifting with a 2k RPM difference will shock your drive train pretty badly. LEARN TO REV MATCH.
-You can pretty much do your daily drive with 1-3-5-6 gears in this order: take off with first on positive and neutral slope, second on negative slope, then 3, 5 and 6 only above 50mph
-There's a fucking skip shift "feature" in your car that sucks. Buy an eliminator at Amazon for 15 bucks and install so this won't bother you ever. This blocks the second gear and forces the car from 1st to 4th on certain conditions. It seldom engages but when it does it's always irritating.
-DON'T RIDE THE CLUTCH PEDAL!!!!!! Left foot on the pedal ONLY WHEN SHIFTING, don't rest it there!
-For quick launch, don't rev too high or you'll burn clutch like a motherfucker. Drop at about 3k RPM so it won't stall and also not hop, it will dip immediately but that's better than burning clutch. If you want to drag like a pro, try a WOT/2step later on.
-A good way to learn rev-matching is to listen to the engine. I suggest driving around with windows down, no music while you learn so you can listen to the engine. The tach isn't very readable and too low from your eyesight while driving, you don't want to be starring at it.