If you are really getting your chips in good most of the time, you will even out over the long run (we're talking 1000+ SnGs, not like 10-20). The other post you made about running bad really is nothing compared to the bad runs you will experience over larger samples. You're maybe running a couple buy ins below EV in those hands but running 20-30 buy ins below EV over larger sample sizes is pretty standard.
Also, if you're primary game is SnGs, you need to understand ICM (giving your chips a monetary value). In SnGs (and tournaments), taking small edges is NOT taking every 55/45 you can. In SnGs, there are times to fold AA and shove 72o. In general, you need to play super tight early on then learn shove or fold poker in the later stages. Also, note that you should be doing a lot more shoving than calling.
Looking through hand histories is asking quite a bit, but don't be afraid to post lots of hands in the tournament HA section as you will get good responses.