Always loved this list... man before finding Style's first book you could put me in that first number by far. I loathe my life when looking back just 3 years ago... haha. Man, it's amazing what practice and work and living (Yes, living life) does!
I'm somewhere at GPUA-2/3, but I'll be in that last third soon.
Just as a heads up for some who may or may not have read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell (Great reading, may post a book report on it), becoming a PUA takes work, a lot of it. In outliers, Malcolm claims that the most successful people have put in 10,000 hours into their art. Think about that. 10,000 hours. 416 days. Over a year practicing and perfecting. When you think each week how much time you put into meeting ladies, and working on your game, think about that. 10,000 hours. Jordan, Gates, Jobs, Gretskey, all put in 10,000 hours plus to get to the top of their game. I'm sure many of you have read Bravo's past and realize how much time he put in. How much time Style put in during his coming up in the game.
Just posted the above so you all realize you can't go from 1 to 9 in a month, 3 months, or maybe even a year. Just keep working on your shit and get better and better.