$2800 on something like an average base of $200K, given the subsequent additional investment, for 7-8 years makes you a winner?
If 200K were the correct number you would have made about a total of 1.8% in 8 years (you no longer give the start date so I'm guesstimating) or about 0.25% a year. That makes you a winner? You're not close to matching CD returns. And with 6:1 leverage, you have to do 6 times as well as a buy and hold Pfe investor for the 8 years, including all dividends, and realistically some covered call premiums. Since you no longer give the start price of Pfe, I don't know what that return would be. If you want to compare your results to a Pfe buy-hold with dividends with or without call premiums, that would be a useful exercise. But don't forget that you have to do 6 times as well.
Facts are stubborn things. I'm not even focusing on your annuity penalties, need to have additional funds to margin the naked puts which makes that 200K above significantly higher, and other problems with your calculations noted here by many over the years.
For you to imagine that any number that is nominally positive makes you a winner, shows that you are a true simpleton. Please don't predict what your holdings will be worth in the future. Focus on the here and now, the only thing anybody can justifiably be confident about.