68/145 is heavily weighted? Seems like balanced to me, with a lot of the other trash hands I do this with.
No, I hardly ever min-bet, though I'll occationally do this OOP on the river (a trick from Dusty Schmidt's book....Dragthebar plug, though I'm not a member).
I still maintain you don't need to worry about balancing your limping range because you're better off not having one at all
I really disagree with this. If you are a strong post-flop player, there is a lot of value in limp-calling or limp-3betting, both IP and OOP, though this is dependent of course on your stack size.
With 70-100BB stacks, I want to see flops cheaply with a wider range of hands, especially against players who will stack off light, knowing I can get all the money in post flop. This also allows me to make aggressive stabs at the pot when necessary and still have an intimidating stack to back up the moves.
Understanding how to use different strategies against different players at the table (always raising preflop against players X and Y, while limp calling against player Z) is an important aspect of being able to profit in a variety of settings. This probably comes from my live cash game background (I've been playing since 1995, pre interwebz) which made it a little harder to bumhunt or table select.
BTW I'm starting to think your whole strategy revolves around being taken for a fish (less than 100bb BIs and open limping)
There is no doubt being taken as a fish is part of it, but I've been playing at Everest for around 7 years now and know how to exploit most of the regs who play there. And you're right, the regs probably thought of me as a fish initially and now can't figure out how I'm winning with my playing style, which is exactly what I want. Confusing and profiting off regs is a necessity in today's game, as fish at the "higher" limits are becoming less available.
Will send you some filtered graphs once their available (bedtime here). I'm sure my BB/100 rate will probably be slightly lower when compared to simply open raising from early position, but I still contest that the metagame value, the ability to extract extra value from certain opponents, the table image value, and the fact that I can now play more hands from UTG and UTG+1 profitably instead of folding everything but a very tight range of hands makes up for it.