I'm down a little from my initial play - I lost badly at one table where I couldn't make a hand... since then I've been working the balance back up to the starting amount... as it happens, the tighter tables is suiting me OK, because even playing Omaha H/L I'm still missing making the low far more than average while rarely making a decent high at the moment, and having sat tight I'm then able to push the others off the pot without a hand.
I don't think it's as tight as Stars, though... the reason for FT being that most of the sites don't have much in the way of Omaha H/L going.
I rather suspect that since I've been getting used to playing short-handed anyway, I'm starting to play more the cards and players responses, and would probably be OK at Holdem anyway, but in the meantime, I'm aiming to get the balance above what I deposited and clear some of the bonus before I start experimenting much on my non-'A' games.
As much as I've read a lot about playing Omaha H/L from different sources, and focussed on that games for over a year now, I'm still learning about where I have leaks - like calling raises with a weak A2 hand to see a flop, rather than forgetting the stake already in and just waiting until I'm not almost definitely against another A2 hand and giving up most of the potential of my hand.
Part of the reason for the change is to take the pressure off, rather than having a fixed time frame and bankroll target... so if I'm tired I'll be happier to not play, rather than put my bankroll at risk. The other is to try to get the maximum bonuses from the sites - which after all is one way to improve profitability.
I'm playing cash games rather than tournies, though... at some point I want to experiment more with the tournament format, but with 3 kids generally don't have time to sit down for a full-size tournament, so it'll probably be mainly SnGs as and when I do.