Just got one question, I've flown with a stick before but it was centralized (in-between the legs). I've always wondered after spending time on the A340 at F/O using your right hand was there difficulty or some time that you need to change when your used the left hand on the 320...you get the picture changing from right hand to left hand.
Just received your question from enRoute magazine. Even though it did not make it to the magazine, I thought it was an excellent question.
Yes, indeed there was an awkward transition period. Instead of using my right hand to fly, I now use it for the thrust levers. My left hand now manipulates the joystick. It's like using a phone in the opposite ear. Even my earpiece (headset) took some getting used to. It too had to switch ears.
I've been captain for over two years, but now and again I find I have to remind myself to sit in the left seat. Funny how we are creatures of habit.
Having said that, the comfort factor is settling in nicely. It's a great seat to fly from. The vantage points from the left seat are second to none.