Not really, but that's the plan for sure. I feel it would be a crime to walk this Earth and not read at least a couple Dostoyevsky novels, lol. The other one I would really like to read sometime is 'The Idiot'. Would you recommend any translations in particular?
Crime and Punishment and Notes from Underground are worth checking out too — Crime and Punishment is considered his best novel along with The Brothers Karamazov (I prefer Crime and Punishment), and Crime and Punishment is "only" around 550 pages, which is shorter than some of his other novels. Notes from Underground is only 120-130 pages, but it's every bit as good as his novels. Dostoevsky is one of my favourite short story writers too, and there are collections of his short stories.
For Dostoevsky and other Russian translations, people often recommend Richard Peaver and Larissa Volokhonsky translations. They're a couple who translate Russian literature together. One criticism some people have though is that they're advertised much more than other translators, but honestly, I've enjoyed their translations and they seem fine. But since I usually read their translations, I wanted to try a different one so I read the Ignat Avsey translation, which some people say is the best one. It was perfectly fine, except a few parts did seem a little odd to me. There's also this page
that talks about the different translations, and looking at it I'd say I do prefer the Avsey translation.
The Idiot is one of his books I still have to read, and it might be the book of his I read next. But I have a friend who loves Dostoevsky and I don't think she liked The Idiot much.