Using a key like what I posted is going to give you a very secure connection. One of the main advantages of moving to Enterprise from PSK is key distribution, which isn't a big concern when you only have a small number of users.
You'll want to check out this book: http://www.wiresharkbook.com/
The capture and/or display filters will help you work with the data much more easily. It's overwhelming if you just look at everything simultaneously.
I like KeePass a lot. I think 32 random characters is overkill for most sites. Password length and complexity should be proportionate to the sensitivity of data/level of access. Random forums probably don't need passwords as strong as the ones for your bank accounts. It's also important to reuse passwords as little as possible. If a forum gets compromised, you don't want that to be the same info for critical accounts.
You might want to consider passphrases as well. They're much more easier to remember, yet they are still complex from a guessing perspective.
For example: Dinner?Pizza&17Beers!
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