I'm think I'm good. I can write my own songs, can play rhythm guitar like a boss, can improvise over anything in diatonic and blues harmony, and I can craft tasteful and melodic solos on the spot. I like electric guitar for more complicated music. I believe that it is a better instrument to display your true musical prowess but the simplicity of an acoustic guitar allows me to write better songs and to not complicate things too much. Learn both. By learning acoustic, you establish a strong base for rhythm. Rhythm os overlooked by many electric guitar players. It sets the basis for good taste and phrasing. Rhythm is extremely important. In fact, never practice with metronome. You need to develop your own inner rythmic compass. Get used to playing over records, working with real drummers, and keeping some sort of internal time any time you pick up the instrument. You can either thumb slap your guitar, tap your foot, whatever. Aways monitor your timing by ear. Don't use metronome.