Change it as you wish. The pindlethons have never been about having exact MF. It's just a number that inspires others to try to improve, or something to measure how much you have and others are competing with. It's not a forced rule which limits your character. Rule #8 even allows you can use different characters - different chars, different builds, and as such, most likely different MF%.
@reddragon - You damn well know it... It doesn't matter about the drops or that I don't have plans or want any items (maybe that means I'll get mad drops since I'm not looking for anything,) the competition and community aspect of the Pindlethon is more than enough to entice me. It's so much more fun comparing drops and being part of it than observing the final results.
@Twibz - In your position, I'd take the necro you have in the Black Marsh to Pindle. It'd most probably be faster than getting a new Sorc there, but up to you, and a Necro runs Pindle fine.
@ Kitteh - Nice dedication, I like it
@ Drystan - Your attitude towards drops means you'll probably win, that seems to be the D2 version of 'Murphy's Law' And as to the community / comparing drops part, I couldn't agree more.
I mean when I was running him in my personal one, I was happy to see so many grailers, and above average number of TC87's, but I would have / will enjoy it more in a proper open Pindlethon, win or lose.
@redragon you know i think you are right, it probably is easier to get my necro through to pindle , but eventually I will be making a blizzy sorc anyway... Only thing i need to get then is a good hurt stick and armor for my merc right? let him smash then CE til dead, is this right? would an elite obedience polearm be good enough? and what cheap armor? and helm come to that?