re: Poker & Transition from mtt and sng to cash games.
Lol, 2 days of 3 sessions around 50-60 hands per session, eh? :P
That's little over 300 hands. That's pretty much nothing, in terms of volume. Your winrate is 66bb/100 though, over this trial. About 33BB/100 (bb = Big Blinds; BB = Big Bets [2BB]). A good winrate in the micros is between 5 and 10 bb/100, or 2.5 and 5 BB/100. PT3 uses BB/100, HEM uses bb/100, so if you use either of these, be sure to take note of which stat they're using. If you want to be a serious cash game player, I'd say you need to be playing at least 1k hands per day. I imagine you're still learning though, so that's fine. You should have $40 in your account as a bankroll in order to start 2NL, but I don't mind just having a few buy-ins if you can just re-deposit, since 2NL is the first level. It means if you win then it's going to take longer to get to 5NL ($100+ BR) which is a good thing because it gives you more time to learn, and means you spend less money depositing.
Anyway, wish you luck and everything, if you're using tracking software then be sure to post hands in the Hand Analysis forum when you get in spots you're not so sure about, and keep reading and learning. If you want to talk or maybe even sweat or something, my MSN and Skype handles are in my profile. I've beat all levels up to 50NL and am currently building up my BR to take on 100NL, so I could probably help you out.
Good luck on the felt!