Welcome to the fun world of being free.
You are going to find a bunch of things should you continue to OC:
1) People are probably not staring at your firearm as much as you think, you are just far more aware of them doing what they would normally do.
2) Many people won't even notice your firearm, nevermind care about it.
3) People do not call the police on an OCer as much as you would think. I OC all over CT on a regular basis and I have had to deal with the police twice in 1 year. The incidents were separated by 5 months.
4) The people you are most likely to have problems with are the 'know it alls' who believe that CC is the only legal way to carry in CT because 'someone told them so' or 'everyone knows that'.
I hope you will consider:
1) Asking as many questions here as possible as well as reading about the other cases (Sultan, Burgess v Wallingford, Burgess in Old Saybrook, Goldberg).
2) Carry a dedicated voice recorder. Trust me, I learned the hard way in Wallingford how much police officers (and some other citizens as well) will lie even in sworn statements.
3) Keep in touch and share as much as you can about your experiences both good and bad.
4) Learn, decide and practice where your boundaries are in case of a citizen or an officer tries to infringe upon your rights. You need to determine should you have a bad incident, how far you are willing to take the incident (detainment, arrest, court, civil suits?) and for what boundaries (detainment, ID, attitude?).
Keep up the good work, enjoy the new level of freedom that OC provides.