It's hard for me to set goals here, because really, my goals are "As much as possible." The other thing is that I can just increase risk to the level of the roulette table. I put 50K on a number and I have a 1/38 chance of being able to retire tomorrow. But, why not throw some number on here. I'm going to measure in Octobers because my birthday is in October.
July 1st, 2014: 50K
October 1st+between 0 and 30 days, 2014: 61K (24th birthday)
October 1st+, 2015: 113K (25th birthday)
October 1st+, 2016: 174K (26th birthday)
October 1st+, 2017: 243K (27th birthday)
October 1st+, 2018: 320K (28th birthday)
October 1st+, 2019: 410K (29th birthday)
October 1st+, 2020: 510K (30th birthday)
Some bad stuff happens along the way and I lose a good portion of that. But I retire October 1st, 2028, just before my 38th birthday. Or maybe some amazing stuff happens and I retire in a year. Who knows?