Wow, nice gear to start with. I suggest you make stands and tables for your tools, use MDF or decent plywood as first projects, even bird feeders and houses for a start. You'll learn some basic skills and about precision work doing this. You're pretty much set up for case work so I'd look to book cases, small cabinets. I just started using the Kreg pocket joinery methods and they are good for basic stuff, strong and if you make a mistake, it is usually correctable. Making mistakes seemed to be my best teacher the first year or two. I have also searched out good woodworking books on used book sites, and those have been very helpful as well as cheap. Many are filled with projects. One I liked a lot was on making things for the garden--benches, planter boxes for example. Make stuff and have fun. Use cheap wood to start with, until you get past the oops, that's too short, phase.