Well then, what good is someone here on the forum posting their results, since the stock you make and the one someone else makes will be "vastly different" (as you put it)? Why ask the question in the first place if you aren't looking for a starting point/ballpark figure. Isn't that the intent of your original posting?
Why not ask? Sure, the analysis will be diff, but you almost make it sound that I am wrong for being curious about someone else's results. What's wrong with being curious? If your friendly neighbor who is a chef as you are, makes the same dish you do, is it wrong to be curious as to how his tastes? He is not going to give you the recipe, so yours will never taste the same... so what good is it to try his?