Same. I had been down to 160 but that was in my last job where I never traveled and could eat healthy all of the time. I'd like to get down to 170.
On a related note, I just did a comprehensive metabolic test. At rest I burn 2300 Calories/day (vs. a predicted 1700) and it is 100% fat, which explains my general slimness (although BMI puts me near obese). As I increase my heart rate I start to increase carb burning to a crossover point at around 115 bpm. Fat burning then drops pretty precipitously and by 135 bpm I burn all carbs, which (1) I don't really intake, and (2) creates lactic acid build-up which causes my body to give up in a short period. Contrast this to my wife who hits that point at around 155 bpm; she can do burpees for an hour and still feel fine. Supposedly if I spend the next 3 months mostly building up my "zone 2" aerobic base (101-116 bpm) I can push that crossover point out and generate higher endurance. I will tell you that that heart range does not feel like exercise so this is going to be tough, but the engineer in me is interested in the experiment.