One of the big selling points of the Getting Things Done methodolody is the ability to free your mind so that you can "intuitively decide" what the best choices are for "doing" day to day, minute to minute.
Have you picked this methodology up well enough that you are intuitively deciding your most important next actions from your lists, or do you still find yourself looking at a big list of "stuff"?
Is this level of intuition a pipe dream or is it really achievable? Have you been there, or is it simply a way for David Allen to gloss over the priority decision without admitting there is no "silver bullet"?
I'd like to know you're experiences on attaining this state.