Landscape with Garden, by Oskar Kokoschka.
I haven't seen any firm dates for Worlds yet. That said, here's my rough plan for how I'm going to approach it:
April. Slowly work my way back into shape. Try to make a concerted effort to stay away from big tricks, and instead shore up my stamina and basics. Continue to use my old G-Units and bags which are falling apart.
May. Switch to my new G-Units to break them in. Continue to use my old crappy bags as long as possible. Start drilling Shred30s and maybe even practicing links to feel out what works.
June. New G-Units hopefully feel broken in, switch to my good bags, start filming for early rounds of all events.
July. Hopefully made it to later rounds of events, push super hard and leave nothing in the gas tank by the end.
My driveway has proven to be a workable shred space. It's far from perfect, but it's good enough that I can get a workout and I save a ton of time not having to drive anywhere. Once I start training in earnest for Worlds though, I'll need to go back to the tennis courts where I won't have to worry about the flatness of the ground or walls if I leave a 6x6 square of space.
It's a fascinating question... I'm not sure I know the answer. Maybe the online judges from last year would know best. I know it felt really different to me last year when I'd film a dropless. It felt like a relief, but none of the exhilaration you get when the crowd gets hyped after an in-person dropless.