Well at 20-25 pips thats not a break even, that´s a protected profit target. Kinda like a trailing stop, just that it doesn´t follow the price-movement. Once 25 pips profit are reached, it let´s the trade go on, but as soon as it comes back to 25 pips and falls below, it closes the trade. So you could as well use a trailing-stop and set the trailing-floor to 25 pips and then let the trade move, if it moves upwards, you move the take profit target as well. That should even do better than the break-even you´ve tested since it trails the trade-movement upwards and doesn´t wait until it falls again to 25 pips. This way you AT LEAST end up with 25 pips profit, but maybe more if the trade profit raises and the target get´s moved as well. Surely it´s just a name-thing, but break even is break even and means you do break even with no loss and no win. Anything else (ending up with a profit or a loss is not a break even), as you do it, is a profit target, nothing else. And FSB can do this already.