Yep, "shoot slow & move fast", and "don't crowd cover" are good nuggets.
I thought of another though: Splits & transitions - they should be pretty close to the same time. Do it right, and it'll sound like you're shooting to a metronome. Here's a good example
. This gentleman with his old school Model 10 service revolver is an SSR Master, btw.
And here are some examples of what not to do
. It may sound cool, but it's a very inefficient way to shoot, and they even proved it to us by showing the targets. I'm guessing these guys, with badass tactical glove, badass stance and cigar aren't