I think this is a good time to remind people that there is no one set of "perfect" stat weights. There are a few important things to keep in mind for tier 14 shadowpriest gearing:
1.Intellect is the highest stat weight.
2. For secondary stats: haste > crit > mastery.
3. Haste must be high enough that whatever gear/gems you end up picking will end up over any important haste break points that exist and are reachable with the current gear available.
4. You must hit-cap.
As long as these basic rules are followed, the actual numbers do not matter too much. The only thing I see in the OP set of stat weights that worries me slightly is haste being abnormally higher than the other secondary stats. I would generally feel they should be closer together, but ultimately if this doesn't affect the set of gear, gems, and enchants you pick, differences between one person's stat weights and another doesn't matter.
Rather than coming into the post and saying "The stat weights are wrong", I think it would be more constructive to offer up some evidence that the stat weights provided will result in picking a non-optimal set of gear. Keep in mind, the goal of stat weights is to end up with a gear set and configuration that gives the most dps (when the class is played a certain way).
My most pressing question is this. Using these new offered stat weights, how does the final gear set we pick with them change? If it changes, and the simmed DPS is significantly higher, then I think they should be adjusted. If there's no change, the weight numbers are pretty irrelevant.
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