Guess it depends where you're playing. At Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun in CT that last advice will have you stacked quick. 2/4, 3/6, and 4/8 is no-foldem-holdem. Then name of the game is flop em or fold em. Top pair is crap, overpair is too. You play pairs, suited connectors, and big value cards cheaply to a flop, and if you slam the flop bet it down and get paid, or if not then use pot odds
to determine if you value bet, check/call, or check/fold. Be very wary of draws and any ace as they just don't know any better, and are often correct anyway to call down or bet down with weak draws because the odds get huge quick. Also the opponents don't pay any attention as you've probably gathered so only bother raising AA, KK, QQ, and AK for the most part, widening out a bit as position improoves. Also position is HUGE at tables like this, as you will be able to easily control how the hand goes with simple tricks like raising the flop bet in position to get a free pass to a river, or if you're lucky enough to have a maniac using him to punish the crap out of all the loose callers when you hit. Of course I'm no pro, but I am a big winning limit player at Foxwoods particularly.