So going on with some analysis:
My 15.91% final tables is nice because that would be almost 16/100 tournament that I get at least 1.7%, so thats a guaranteed $230 over the course of 100 $5 mtts (1.7% of $850 times 15.91). Out of those 7 FT's only 2 were 9th place and the other 5 were better (8,7,7,3,1). If we take a look at my 2 7th place finishes (4.54%) they would make me an extra 1.8% on top of the $230 or another $69.46 lets say $70 (1.8% of $850 times 4.54). So now we are up to $300...OH CRAP I FORGOT ABOUT MY MIN CASHES. So that is 10 cashes, 7 being final tables so 3 min cashes or 6.81%. A min cash gets us $10.2 so times 6.81 equals $69.46 over 100 MTTs. So we are at $370 or -$180 if we pretend that my stats do not include that one very important win and the third place finish, they were both just a minimum cash instead.
From looking at this data I can conclude one thing: The more entrants a tournament has, the harder it is to make a profit in the long run. You have the chance at the big payday for a win, but without it you won't be making much.