I've only spent a bit of time playing limit games, but here's I think. Take it with as many grains of salt as you please:
Obviously, if you move to limit it's a lot more difficult to lose an entire buy-in on one hand. The flipside to this, of course, is that you won't be stacking someone else either if you flop a monster. So you'll lose more slowly, but you'll win more slowly too.
With regard to playing pot odds
and draws... you might actually find some of the limit lessons about drawing counter-productive for your no-limit game. Pot odds in limit will very often encourage you to call and chase your draws, so you may find yourself chasing a lot more than would be sane in no-limit.
There's also the issue of putting people on hands - the general rule is that in limit, you play your
hand, while in no-limit you play your opponent's. Putting your opponents on a range of hands is still important, but if you really want to develop that skill, a no-limit table will probably teach you more.