Psst, don't take me the wrong way. I think indie publishing is wonderful. It offers more control for writers, but let's not ruin it by throwing on rose-colored glasses.
Stop taking yourself so seriously. This is not a all or nothing platform. You can self-epublish and query agents (just not the same projects). Don't give up your dream of traditional publication for the illusion of e-publication. Which brings me to rule #6...
You are NOT Amanda Hocking, nor are you J.A. Konrath, Barry E, or any of the other e-publishing heroes. Doesn't mean you can't be, but don't fall for the 'you should walk away from any traditional publishing deal and go indie because you can make more money'. You won't. Let's face it, you don't have a readership that extends beyond maybe 100 people, if you're lucky. Having your book in a bookstore gives you that readership.