Blackmorgrim wrote:The changes it made:
Change 66 mastery to 66 crit enchant in ring to 66 mastery to 66 spirit.
Reforge 61 spirit to 61 crit in my offhand.
In other words, it says convert 5 crit to 5 spirit.
Don't forget about:
Changed shoulder gem from "20haste_20int" to "40int"
Changed chest gems from "20haste_20int and 20spi_20int" to "40int and 40int"
Changed waist gem from "20spi_20int" to "40int"
Hmm yeah, I didn't even notice that. Surprising really, considering at that level secondary stats+socket bonus should be even/better than 40 int. Though considering between my current profile and the new one its a change of like 37 dps... the two profiles are nearly identical.
As far as adding stat values go, I can certainly understand not including them. If you've never taken the time to download simulationcraft, and sim yourself... then you probably wouldn't know that turning on the option to give stat values increases the time to generate results from like 30 seconds to about 4 minutes for 1000 iterations, and to about 7-10 minutes for 10000 iterations.
He would probably need a sponsor to give him a dedicated server to allow his program to deliver data like that, otherwise his capacity would be overwhelmed.
However if you want your stat weights, you can still download simulationcraft for yourself. The interface is really easy to use, if all you do is upload your profile from say the armory, and hit simulate. There's a whole section of options you just check off the boxes with the info you want.
So if you want before and after stat values:
1) Download Simulationcraft.
2) Import and Sim your current profile.
3) Use Zurie's little Beta tool here.
4) Make the changes it recommends.
5) Log out of WoW to save to the armory.
6) Import and Sim yourself again.
Congrats, you have stat weights! ;)