All good info here. Some of the lifts you can do:
Snatch balance is great.
Power clean (from floor, below knee, or above knee), and then F. squat afterwards. I'd recommend 5x3, or 4x4.
Also Power snatch (fl, be kn, ab kn), and then an overhead squat afterwards. 5x3+3, or 4x4+4.
You can also just clean or snatch and catch it at a quarter squat and just ease down from there.
You can also do Behind the neck snatch grip push press (if your shoulders are capable), and then Overhead squat. 4-5 x 4+4 would be good.
The idea here is that you do not muscle up the weight. You have to FINISH THE PULL so the barbell is at your waist. Once the bar is at your waist area is when you simultaneously shrug and start bending your elbows. At this point, just drop under the bar as FAST AS YOU CAN. Obviously you want to use light weights at first so you learn to absorb the weight. Once you have practice with this and slowly add on 5-10 pounds, you will be confident in catching it and not be afraid that it might be too heavy.
The cool thing is that the weight feels a hell of a lot lighter when you squat the weight back up after you catch the clean or snatch. The same weight with just doing overhead squats or front squats feels heavier (at least this is what I have experienced).
Good luck, and watch videos!! Make sure you also do a bar warm-up, search the web for some good warm-up (Burgener, for example).