The best thing is, that I can keep this spec for PvP and for PvE. The "talents" can be changed on the fly with a Dust of Disappearance, so having a stack in my bags really comes in handy.
My UI is still not perfect - debuffs are not showing up on healbot, making me consider that I should take Lyss's advice and switch to Vuhdo. I'll think about it. I'm still having swiftmend issues with healbot - I'm not sure if it's healbot or if it's my mouse playing up but it's damn annoying.
Gutsy was the one who advised me to try Soul of the Forest. It does give some amazing numbers, especially in AOE fights. Swiftmend, then do a wild growth to watch your WG ticking away like crazy. Or Swiftmend then hit Tranq and watch your numbers go through the roof. It makes me swiftmend a hell of a lot more than I used to, I'll give you that. It's not bad though, but for PvP, Incarnation is still better. I tried Force of Nature, but it was a bit underwhelming to me, though the cooldown on it is quite nice. So at the moment I'm switching between Soul of the Forest and Incarnation. I liked Soul of the Forest on Madness and on Spine.
Feline Swiftness or Wild Charge? To be honest, I don't feel that even in PvE running faster does me any favours, so Wild Charge is much more useful for me.
Nature's Swiftness or Cenarion Ward? I originally took Cenarion Ward thinking that's much more handy but in reality... I never used it. I kept forgetting to, and when I did, I actually needed a BIG heal to hit rather than a HoT. However, I use Nature's Swiftness all the time! So I ended up going with the much more comfortable NS which can get me a big heal off quickly rather than a HoT.
I got out of the habit of refreshing my lifebloom at 8 seconds since it's a lot longer now. That helped a bit with mana wastage. But the habit of innervating when Power Torrent or Lightweave Embroidery is still there! I should snap myself out of it, since the no longer affect my Innervate. Running with high spirit again is fun. Just like old times.
I was having the suckiest time duelling when I first started, but now, after a few BGs and duels, I have figured out my escapes and intergrated my new spells. Typhoon, Mighty Bash are so useful for interrupting those Chaos Bolts and non instant mage spells. And I love leaping away with my Stag, or charging in as a Bear. The double barkskin is pretty cool - and using it on my my friends and FCs really does help.
I think I'm in a good druid place at the moment. I've played and played until I've settled into my new spells. I enjoy the healing numbers, my mana and my new PvP abilities. I wonder if the fashionable healer will change come this patch/expansion? Oooh, that's an idea for another post!