Replying to your edit:
Palehorse wrote:The only other two questions I can think of at this point is:
1) What add-ons and macros would you recommend for resto spec?
2) Barring a movement heavy fight, would it be better to raid/party heal in tree form or non-tree form?
1) There's nothing special about Resto that requires addons that any other healer wouldn't use too. Get a good set of raid frames and ideally a click casting addon. There's only one macro that you should absolutely have: Nature's Swiftness + Healing Touch; everything else is just preference. I know I've published the NS+HT one in several places. As a Druid generally, I have a mount/escape macro that manages Flight/Aquatic/Travel/Cat Form along with my mounts, plus some stuff devoted to caster DPS and the usual focus CC macro for Entangling Roots and Hurricane.
2) When party/raid healing, you want to stay in Tree of Life as much as possible. The mana efficiency alone is worth it, not to mention the party healing bonus. The most common reason to leave Tree is to cast Remove Curse (fortunately that problem goes away in 3.x ), and the second most common is to cast NS+HT (see above). There's never any good reason to use Healing Touch otherwise, and that's the only healing spell that can't be used in ToL (and again, 3.x removes the restriction).
There are very few "movement sensitive" fights where being in Tree will make any serious difference; the ones I can think of offhand are Void Reaver (dodging orbs), Kael'thas (Thaladred's gaze), and Supremus (gaze again). In most other cases, you're still fast enough to get out of the way even with the snare from Tree of Life.