I'm wondering if anyone experimented with adjusting the "classic" M3 and BB rules/guidelines for profit targets. Here are some things I've been thinking about. BB target is a whopping 30% of planned capital bumped down to 10% at 21 DTE. In backtests I've seen a few cases when a trade was close to the high target, only to give all of it away by 21 DTE when capturing that "not large enough" profit would be allowed. Would a gradual phaseout of the target over a couple of weeks make sense instead? So that from, say, 35 DTE we start bringing it down every day to become 10% at 21 DTE. In M3 videos Locke was talking about reducing the target if BF/call ratio is reduced. However, with BB the target is the same no matter if we are in 1/3, 2/3, or a full position. Would it make sense to account for fewer butterflies with a lower target? If the trade is timed and entered closer to expiration than the classic 56 days, there is less time for the theta to work. Would it make sense to revise the targets down in this case?