Sometimes inspiration comes from just from realizing how bad you are..
I google advanced guitar lessons and come up with this link:
Actually turns out to be beginner type stuff unless you apply the advice to take neat licks you know and find new ways to play them, but that sounds a lot like work.
So this guy is making flawless full step bends on this easy lick, I'm not even coming close to hitting a full bend note at the right pitch repeatably. So the challenge starts. I first master this simple lick, then move on to bending scales (i play the the pentatonic scale, but the note is actually the fingering below, but bent up to the next scale tone). This is an incredible challenge to play in key, but loads of fun. Finally i'm even nailing the 3 step bends. But for some reason, I suck at applying vibrato on top of a 2 step or better bent note. Especially on b, or high e string where you pull down instead of push up the string because of fretboard space constraints. I can kinda bend the note up and shake my hand a little, but this gets weird results sometimes. The guy in the video seems to do it pretty easily. Perhaps its just my guitar? gonna have to look into this some more...