Obviously the main goal of a trading system is to have positive expectancy and as high positive expectancy as possible.
This can be achieved with a variety of combinations of accuracy and avg wins vs avg loses.
There are many different combinations are there are systems.
I'd be interested to know what types of results some of your systems produce in terms of distribution of R-multple trades.
I've often heard that most trades are boring and that there may only be a handful of really high R-multiple wins (e.g. 10R+) which make a system highly profitable.
Do people tend to produce 4R-7R+ wins frequently, or are you happy taking 1R, 2R, 3R wins, with larger wins coming fewer and further between?
One of my main struggles has been being greedy and letting 2-3R wins turn into 1R wins or breakeven, in the search of 5R+ wins (rather than respecting 2-3R wins and cashing in a profit when there are signs of weakness).