There's always going to be ups and downs. For me, there was a period of 2 years where I was down and ready to give up because of how bad my credit had become. The frustration was multiplied because before my hospital stay, my credit was flawless. It will get better. Unfortunately, time is the biggest factor in re/building and I think a lot of people forget that when reading the forum. You'll get there.
Congrats on the 11 point increase! That indeed is a great feeling. Keep up the faith and hard work, as it will pay off. Believe me, I am one of the poster childs for extremely low scores, but through a lot of hard work and support and education of this forum, recovered nicely. You can do it, too!
Congrats. You are probably set up well for the long run despite bumps in a shorter timeframe.
I have the opposite situation. I can't even get scores from MyFICO because my TU has nothing older than a month. Same with Experian, but for some reason, MyFICO cites TU and not EX when it cancels my order. I signed up for 3-bureau reports on the TransUnion Web site, and, in a little over a month, I've seen VantageScore numbers skyrocket from EQ 625/TU 510/EX 510 to EQ 667/TU 656/EX 652. But, I can't get approved for non-secured cards still, because (I suppose) of credit age and lots of recent hard inquiries, along with my scores still not being very high.
I think in the next 6-12 months, you'll be skyrocketing and I'll be chipping away slowly ... good luck!