I just wanted to show my support as I've just recently found your thread. Keep at that insane cardio and I'm sure in no time your gonna start seeing the bf% melt away. I've personally experienced where my bf% would stay at a certain number for upwards of 3-4wks, then in the following weeks drop 1.2-1.8%/week. Then it would, for a better lack of a word, plateau again. This trend seems to be the way my body reacts. So don't be discouraged if your seeing higher numbers than you expect or slight fluctuation. As it'll all come off eventually, if you keep up the hard work.
Thanks for the support! Fortunately, with the amount of cardio I've been doing and how careful I've been about fat consumption the past couple of months (sugar I'm not as careful about, but more so than I used to be), there have been a lot more days where I've made progress than when I haven't made any or regressed. My window of time where I wasn't working very many hours and could do as much cardio as my body could take has come to an end, though, so I guess I'll have to learn to deal with somewhat slower progress.
My son unexpectedly had two out-of-town soccer games yesterday and I was busy with work last night and this morning, so I haven't had a lot of exercise the last few days. Rode my bike into the shop this morning for a tuneup and walked/jogged back home, and played basketball for about 45 minutes Saturday, so that's a total of 1 1/2 hours of exercise the last 3 days. I'm hoping to get to the gym later today after I pick up my bike from the shop.
Weight in the mornings has been holding steady at 162 the last 2-3 days. I haven't measured body fat lately because I don't presently seem to be putting on enough muscle mass for body fat change to be significantly independent of body weight.