Basically. From the application info I posted above:
That's not really a bad thing. I mean, think back to MC through AQ40, and large parts of Naxx. If you had a terrible tank, you were going to wipe. If your healers sucked, you were going to wipe. If your DPS sucked, you had longer clears.
TBC has just spread responsibility more evenly.
I agree, that it is not a bad thing. Maybe it is b/c of my class, but I love the DPS tests in the raid game. That is why I am not sure of the reason that a lot of people have been speaking about hating Hydross so much. I mean sure he is difficult and his loot is pretty meh (but I do like my ring) but it is pretty exhilerating to me to be able to get him down before the doomsday enrage. People like to say rogues are 2-button monkeys (and lets be honest most are) but some rogues (like Kalman and Pf and others) that really focused on the precise cycles to squeeze out your optimal dps show otherwise, and it is in encounters like Hydross that you want guys like that on your team.