I do use Clublog and my achievements are up-to-date on Clublog. One thing I like about Clublog is that it ranks my achievements among those whom I know and belong in the same club as me. The other thing is that Clublog shows the number of years for the QSO data. Although I'm no where near HR my stats aren't too bad for someone who's been on the air for five years.
One of the reasons you are doing so well versus those who've been a ham for 5 years is you are very fortunate to have the financial resources to have bought that very competitive station you have. Most new hams don't have the money to build a station like yours in such a short period of time. They typically add one piece of equipment at a time.
A group of us just helped a 16 year old Technician get on 10 meters. This teenager didn't have the money to to purchase the needed equipment so a group of us pitched in. I contributed an Icom 720A and some Dacron rope along with bringing some test equipment, another ham contributed a power supply, one other ham donated the coax, the center insulator, and provided the wire and the PL-259s, and we all helped erect a home brew 10 meter dipole. The project lasted a lot longer than we envisioned, probably because the youngest guy in our group was about three times the age of this new young ham.
It was worth the time and effort when I saw the great big smile on his face and when he loudly exclaimed to his parents, "I just talked to Georgia!" when he worked KC4TVZ, Todd, from Georgia!