Ditto, right down to the three levels. I have a few of variations on my low level password (basically, add 123 at the end, capitalise and/or add an exclamation - to account for the all the (as you rightly say) ego-driven web sites. Sometimes I've just really had to get on a site, much as their rules annoy me).
Even with the variants I can guess which it was in 3 or 4 goes max, if I've forgotten.
Its a six character word that was the name of an old roleplaying character and is probably in the dictionary. Its also been known by almost everyone I've ever worked with (since its my 'don't care' desktop login). If someone really wants to hack one of those accounts all they have to do is use my browser anyway.
My higher level passwords are all sentences with digits and punctuation and spaces removed to prevent annoyance - good luck getting them with your brute force attacks.