Glad to hear your flight home went well. I am curious about Thomas’s comment on the brakes as my 200D does have differential braking.
The techniques for applying power and rudder for take off also apply to a touch and go. That seems like common sence but I had an early touch and go get my attention.
I reccomend a flapes 20 landing for gusty winds or a significant cross wind and holding 90 mph on final with added speed if necessary for gusts.
The cabinet style door latch on my 200 developed a lot of play over time which made it dificult to engage. My mechanic was able to tighten it up a bit. I also added a handle at the back of the door to use in closing the door similar to those used to assist in climbing into a truck or van. I was worried that hard pulls of the the arm rest would damage it. It seems to help also to briefly maintain the closing pressure to allow this latch to fully engage.
I hope you enjoy your Meyers.