After 100 hours I finally feel comfortablish in the MD-80. It's a very different aircraft than I most recently flew at my last airline.
The last aircraft was a nearly fully automated glass flight deck that required very little input once programmed. The MD-80 requires a lot more attention....but I enjoy it.
Through my first 100 hours I've flown to exactly one new airport. Ironically everywhere the MD-80 flies is where I used to fly when flying for American Eagle. It's fine...at least I know the airports.
I'm still getting used to the idea that I will never have to interview at another airline...or anywhere for the rest of my career....possibly 24 more years if I work until 65.