The wiki has something like that, if you're looking for the what to do at each stage.I have a question ( i don't really know if it belongs here, but I'll shoot... I couldn't find it anywhere online)
- Concerning cubing Averages .. what could be considered fast , slow or intermediate ( e.g. sub-20 is considered is speedsolving for 3x3 , what's for 2x2... etc)?
- can somebody make a comprehensive list or provide a link ?
E.g. in 2x2 :
12+ secs : very slow .. learn Ortega
10-12 secs: Practice PBL prediction
8-10 secs: Learn SS tricks / CLL algs
something like that.... If anyone could help!
Also consider checking out the links at the bottom of that article.
I realize it was a bit of a format example, but I also really disagree with your 2x2 list. However, I'm also not exactly qualified to make a better one...
If you're asking what's considered fast, realize that it's pretty subjective. Some people might consider sub 30 "fast" (it's faster than the WCA mean best single, by the rankings list, last I checked), but I'm sure there are also some people don't consider someone fast until, say, sub 8-9.