Transition from outside targets of an array and work inwards
When dry firing with an array of targets on the wall, it’s common to start at one side and work to the other. It’s convenient, it makes sense, and it’s a bunch of short (easy) transitions. But in practical pistol shooting, transitions vary greatly in lateral distances – it’s very important to practice wide and narrow transitions.
Increase the variety of transition distances by starting on the far right (or left) target, transitioning to the far left target on the other side, then back to the second most inward right target, and back and forth going to the next inward most target all the way through.