Infraction: 7. Do not beg for hand-holding.
Message to User:
Don't start your post with a greeting and end with a closing, this isn't a letter home from camp. Don't fall on your enter key so often, use paragraph form. Use proper words, you aren't paying by the letter to post here (ppl, prio). Once we get past that, your post is asking an end game raid forum how to heal old, not end game content. The best you can get on that is read (which you said you did), use the tools/sims and run things to determine what is the best setup for the limited gear selection you have available to you.
I've noticed that the ppl communicating here are healing icc norm or hc.
Well, I've a littlebit smaller problem.
I've started healing with my shaman (Alt) from 73 and I'm still doing it. Main spec is resto.
I've read different guides about it.
Most of these guides talk about that balance is the priority between Crit, Haste & SP.
Good idea, but I find it hard to follw.
Because we have mainly crit, SP & MP5 on all gear and rearly haste.
But it is really annoying, how slow the shamy is.
Can anyvbody share their method on focusing on different stats?
The biggest raid I'm capeable of is toc norm 10 man.
I looted a pretty nice mage staff.
I started using that and I couldn't find better shield+weapon combination.
I've also made a comparison on wowhead here and found that with the staff (+ ench + gems) the staff beats the other combos in almost every are.
I used the equipment, which can be available for me. (Not Trauma)
Anybody has any idea, how I should prio the stats?
Now I plan to go 4 crit-> haste -> SP.