About .3% is very good for me so far. I use 5 fps bracketing as I have less experience this ups my keeper rate and returns some nice composition element surprises. A very good image for me has been all about composition because my main interest was to gather source art for painting and sculpture. And even then I did not reach 1%. But there is a person breathing behind the camera not just someone trying to be productive. I am also often just enjoying the experience and that is as it should be IMO. Most of reason I am looking to invest 2X as much in a new system is not that I think I will get any more very good shots, its just that the computational and capturing power of a good camera can make images I wanted for study of animal movement and posture also reveal fine details that are pleasurable to look at and so have value in that way too even if that is not what I was after. But with twice as good a camera I do not expect to ever get to 1%. My standards will always creep up along with my skill development. The challenge of photography is a large portion of the enjoyment.