From that point on Adam made slow and steady improvements, continuing to climb higher and higher on the rankings until he seemed to kick his game into the next gear and really exploded towards the top of the charts. He managed to pull ahead of his friend Karl Jobst to become the best GE player in Australia, and 4th overall in the world, before his activity declined. In the process, Adam achieved an untied World Record in Caverns Secret Agent 1:26.
In late 2006 Adam made a surprising, but brief, comeback tying Archives Agent 0:16 and getting back his former, now lost, Caverns Secret Agent World Record as he became the 9th and last to tie 1:23. He was also the License To Kill champion for a considerable period of time, and was one of the first to beat all 20 levels.
Presently ranked in the upper 30s, Adam had the honorable distinction of being the highest ranked "100% PAL" player in the world for many, many years. ALL his PRs, of which the vast majority of them have videos, were done on the PAL system. On top of that, he is also one of the highest ranked 1.1 players.
These days Adam can be found hanging out with his buddy Paddy Johannessen, as they attend University together in Brisbane.