Just to add: Keep in mind it's totally and utterly unrealistic.
When I online dated, most of my dates were 4-6s. The 7, I eventually dated was a psycho.
In my experience, while men complain mightily that 80% of the women are going after the top 20% of the men, most men are doing the exact same thing
. Plenty of guys who are in the 3-6 range chasing 8-10s and can't figure out why they're not getting any action. And most of them are complaining mightily about only the hot rich guys getting any attention and how it's just proof that women are shallow gold diggers. The truth is that way too many people, both male and female, both online and in real life, are holding out for someone who is out of their league.
Which is why I suggested earlier, OP, that you be honest, objective and realistic about both yourself and the women you're filtering your searches for.
To be frank, I was not deluged and overwhelmed by male attention when I was doing online dating. I'm not young enough or pretty enough for that. I also absolutely filtered my matches so that I only saw, and was only seen by, men who were realistically compatible based on the available criteria. Sure, I got some real creeps from time to time, but on the whole I had a very good experience with online dating. I met a number of interesting men with whom I had no chemistry in person, had a couple 3-4 month long relationships, and finally met my SO of over a year. But I didn't do it by chasing men who were out of my league, dating guys who weren't compatible, or having unrealistic expectations or poor boundaries.