I get about 10 views a day with 34 hubs, so I obviously don't know what the heck I am doing. I too agree that your hubs are good, though.
And even javaoverride's example isn't necessarily good evidence. His 7 day traffic looked like it was around 30 views, so it may be he happened to get lucky with some link he posted elsewhere - perhaps redditt for instance. If it happens to catch on somewhere it can get a short-lived high volume viewership. I've put some on redditt before and gotten a 100 or so views in a few hours but it usually seems like poor traffic (they don't stay long and don't click ads) and it doesn't lead to any long-term traffic.
That isn't meant to criticize javaoverride in any way, it just seems to me that you hear a lot of people saying they are successful, you almost never see someone explain exactly how they do it, and two people doing the exact same thing can have very different results. I am beginning to suspect that for most people this stuff is largely a mystery, even for the ones who are relatively successful.