The jump from First Level to Second seems to be a pretty big one. Training and First Level felt more like the place where you get a horse broke. Second is where the "tricks" start to happen.
After the simple change, I'll have to deal with flying changes, and then the twos and the threes and so on. And it doesn't end there. After we confirm our turn on the haunches, pirouettes will be waiting. Half pass is coming, so is passage and piaffe.
The point to all of this is that I realized that finishing Second doesn't get me anything other than more work. Somehow, that took a ton of pressure off my shoulders. Right now, I am definitely having second thoughts about Second Level. Maybe it's not so bad after all!