@scorpion - thanks for reading
Aggressive stuff, but it sounds like you are very determined. Your goal is not out of reach but definitely is a stretch goal.
As you already know, you will need to save at least $50k + per year, every year on average and have some kind markets (i.e., a continued bull run for the next 10 years) to help you realize this goal.
Market returns are out of your control. Your savings rate, and what your financial products cost you (i.e., money management fees) and managing taxes (or deferring them altogether) are well within your control. Focus on what you can control and don't worry about what you can't control.
To help you reach your goal, you might need to take on more equity risk, i.e., little bonds if any. Only you can decide if you can stick to your plan if you have no bonds and equities decide to drop 20-30% in value. Then of course you buy more equities when this happens. Easy to say you can do this on paper, harder to do in practice. Been there and still working on that. People that say they can do this all the time, they are usually kidding themselves. It takes practice but once you do it a few times, it gets easier. i.e., buying in 2008-2009 when others were selling. I didn't used to do this, it was scary, but I've learned:
Your TD efunds will serve you will well.
You seem to have the right attitude and that's not easy to put a number on but very, very important.
Good luck with your savings rate and goals.