Since I've been given posting rights I figured I'd oblige by writing a quick update.
Current roll: ~$94
I peaked briefly at $104 on Friday.
I'd been wondering how much of my quick success was due to good bankroll management and how much was due to running hot... I hadn't felt like I was taking many bad beats, and my monsters were all paying off huge. Well, I finally had my bad run on Saturday, and got my answer.
I'm not in the habit of tracking hand histories yet, so I'll just narrate: 8 of my last 12 sessions have been losing sessions, and I was cleaned out on 4 of them. In a period of about 20 minutes, I twice came up against a straight flush, and both times I had a boat. I went broke on one, but got away from the other with minimal damage... but then lost the rest to a 4 outer a few hands later. All in all, it was one of those days where everything that could go wrong did go wrong. Missed every flush draw, got no action on my sets, and lost every race, even when I was dominating. You know the drill.
The good news: Going on a terrible run only set me back 9% of my roll, and a good chunk of that can be blamed on tilting. In the past, a run like that would have cost me 20-40%, and I would have been tempted to go to higher stakes to "get it back."
I've weathered a pretty nasty storm, and it barely shook the shingles, so this system is clearly working well for me.
Good to know.