Ah, I just saw your post where you said you would never want to go cold turkey! So my post above is probably of limited use to you - for some reason I thought you wanted to completely end it ASAP.
Anyway, I have also 95% nightweaned at this point, mainly using the "Daddy's your nightime parent now" method This has involved a little bit of CIO (like, 5-10 minutes at a time at most) because I had to let him feel free to make some decisions since he was starting to take over the brunt of the nighttime wake-ups and issues. And even if it wasn't my preference it actually seemed to really help move the process along, as sometimes she seems to go to sleep much, much faster with a few minutes of crying vs. hours and hours of nursing and rocking and books, etc. etc. We still have a crib for her so she can't get out. But I will say after a several month transition, which has been 2 steps forward, 1.5 steps back the entire way, we are now at a point where:
1) she has a set bedtime (8:30)and a bedtime routine that she seems to enjoy and take comfort in
2) she goes willingly into her crib at night-night time, even pointing into the crib before I'm ready to put her in sometimes!
3) she seems to wake up a LOT less than she was in our bed, I think we may have been waking her up when we moved/coughed whatever as she's a very light sleeper
4) some nights are still bad and occassionally DH just has to give up and bring her into me for the rest of the night, but these times are getting less and less frequent, and later and later in the night. Last night we considered "bad" because she woke up 3 times between 1:30-3 am, but otherwise she slept straight through from 8:30-7 am. If you saw my nights before you would understand why I put "bad" in quotes there. 3x and two really long stretches used to be AWESOME for us when we were in the tail end of cosleeping.
5) My DH and I get an hour or two to ourselves each night, which has been very good for our marriage and personal sanity.
As always, take what may be useful to you and leave the rest!