I finally broke 250 yesterday, and currently weight in at 248.6. Along the way, little things are becoming apparent that probably caused me to stall out the last time I was on a low-carb regimen: specifically, you can eat all the ribs in the world, but if they're slathered in BBQ sauce, you're just not going to lose any weight. Since I eat out for practically every meal, keeping an eye on the ways restaurants add sugar and other starches to the mix to "enhance the flavor" has been interesting; I'm starting to find that chicken (grilled) is almost universally safe, but most pork and beef dishes (unless it's a grilled chop or steap) usually have an excess of sugar somewhere, either in the sauces that they marinade with, or in the "filler" they use to hold something together.
So far, so good. I'm actually seeing a reasonable rate of loss, which is what I usually need to keep motivated to remain on a particular diet. Hopefully I can hit my 200 lbs target by the end of the summer, before the "eating season" begins.