I don't, but I want to.
And before you get any ideas, "Bug Juggler's functions and ability to juggle automobiles and other large heavy objects are protected under USPTO Patent Pending law."
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What have you got?
Textual tutorials vastly preferred over video ones, since videos seem to always take forever to get to the mumbled point.
The googs are full of Maya tutorials -- yes, I can goog too -- but all the ones I've found are crap.
I've gotten pretty good at Sketchup, but it is terrible at many things (importing or exporting things that are usable by other programs; creating printable, water-tight models; etc., etc.) so I'm trying to graduate to what the big kids use.
Unsurprisingly, it has a learning curve like a plumb line.