As a bonus do you ever browse the images that FamilySearch provides for you online, or do you always just search indexes? I have found tons of relevant documents by browsing the collections that just have images and no index.
Never fear - there is a way to find out how to do all of this - and it is easy peasy.
Check out this one minute video to find out how - yes one minute! You have a minute to spare don't you? You don't? Then take more than a minute and read through the descriptive tutorial below. Your choice!
Step 1 - Log in to FamilySearch and bring up the search page. Scroll to the bottom and you should see this:
That's all there is to it. You can see what collections by state are available for searching or browsing. You can also keep track of when the collections have received updates.
Good luck and happy hunting!