#1: Ricardo Fuller has made an immediate impact
There were a few moans and groans when Millwall signed 35-year-old Ricardo Fuller.
But Ian Holloway asked the doubters to trust his judgement – and so far the Lions boss has been proved absolutely right.
Fuller has contributed massively to the club's unbeaten start to the new season and made another telling contribution against Sheffield Wednesday last night.
The striker created Martyn Woolford's winner at Fulham with a superb left-wing cross and showed great awareness to lay on Magaye Gueye's equaliser at Hillsborough.
The Jamaican will lead the line one week and be an impact substitute the next – because he won't be able to play Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday throughout the campaign.
But Fuller is already proving to be a shrewd acquisition by Holloway.
#2: Passing for the sake of passing
After Saturday's victory over Fulham, Ian Holloway was critical of his side's hurried use of the ball and demanded a more patient passing game.
His players certainly took that message on board – but applied it a little too literally against Sheffield Wednesday.
In the first half especially, Millwall were passing for the sake of passing – backwards and sideways – without really hurting the Owls.
Goalkeeper David Forde saw more of the ball than the ten players in front of him.
Holloway said his players "almost forgot to create chances" because they were so focused on retaining possession at all costs.
After a half-time rocket from the manager, the Lions threw a little more caution to the wind and were more constructive with the ball.
Better late than never, Magaye Gueye's well-worked equaliser in the 95th minute was the most incisive move of the match.
But there's certainly work to be done on Millwall's style of play and they are still searching for the right balance between defence and attack.
#3: Lions can't keep letting shots through their wall
Millwall should have learnt this lesson in pre-season.
At the Lamex Stadium in July, Stevenage were able to score two direct free kicks in the space of 20 minutes because of badly-constructed defensive walls.
But Chris Maguire exploited the same weakness for Sheffield Wednesday last night. His effort went straight through a row of yellow shirts.
Goalkeeper David Forde will be furious because the players in front of him didn't do enough to block the shot – and left him totally exposed. It was very much avoidable.
But as poor as the defensive organisation was, Holloway should be able to fix the problem overnight and you'd hope it won't happen again.
#4: Magaye Gueye has got a lot more to offer
Gueye's dramatic equaliser offered Lions fans a glimpse of what he is capable of.
The Frenchman is still catching up on his fitness and is unlikely to start a game until he is fully up to speed, which could take several weeks.
But he was given over half an hour on Tuesday to make an impact – and scoring such a brilliant goal in the 95th minute shows his physical stamina is already improving.
The 24-year-old was a £1million signing for Everton not long ago, so with the right guidance and a bit of patience Millwall could have one hell of a player on their hands.
His goal at Hillsborough is just the start.
#5: Forget the penalty miss – Shaun Williams was brilliant
Shaun Williams was the most relieved man inside Hillsborough at the final whistle.
His penalty miss five minutes before Gueye's equaliser was uncharacteristic of a player who is usually so reliable from the spot – as he demonstrated against Leeds on the opening day.
But the 27-year-old's lapse should not overshadow what was a brilliant performance.
With Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill watching on from the stands, it would be no surprise to see Williams playing on the international stage in the near future.
His distribution and calmness in possession was outstanding.
A case could be made for Williams playing further up the field but against Wednesday he shielded the back four and made every pass count in a deep-lying role.
And he should definitely take Millwall's next penalty.