I noticed at work today that I had made the list of those who got 10 or fewer mistakes for the month of March (our "reading month" officially ended last Friday). This is the first time I've ever made that list since I got hired. I had six. The main reason this is good is because if I hadn't made the list at least once this year, I would have gotten a "failed to meet expectations" on my next year's evaluation. It also means I get a $50 accuracy bonus on my next paycheck.
I've gotten close to 10 or less several times, but I'm usually somewhere in the 11-15 range. You may think 15 mistakes a month sounds terrible, but considering I read about 12,000 meters per month, it's really not that bad.