I’ve spent half my lunch totally entranced by a report on our last SSC run, hosted here. The information is gathered from the wow combatlog file, which is uploaded to the site. You can look at DPS/healing totals for the entire night, separate it by encounter, look at all members of a certain class, or at an in-depth look at your own performance. This is gorgeous.
I was 5th in damage, with an average dps of 751 (meh). I spent 24% of the entire raid time doing damage, I died 8 times, I used Shadowbolt 68% of the time, and my missed percentage was 2.4% or below, depending on what I was doing. So I can tell that I died too many times (well duh, but some of those were group wipes and only one I think was from pulling aggro), that my hit percentage is good, I provided most of the soulstones (not fair, guys!), and I don’t use Corruption very much. I can look at the other locks and compare crit %, hit%, and so on…very useful.
I could see this being used to both really hurt and really help a guild. There’s only one spot on top of the meters, but one person does not a raid, or a guild, make. It can be used to point out areas where people can improve, or can be used to make people feel like crap.
And SSC last night? I actually had fun. :D