While event based simulations are another approach, I don't see any of the two being better: I could pose a very strong case favoring ShadowCraft and could point several issues with SimulationCraft, then again I might be biased. In any case, your handful of pulls pales in comparison to any of the two tools; furthermore, any implementation of real proc synergies in ShadowCraft would only push proc weapons ahead. As for energy management, well yes, ShadowCraft doesn't have a model for it as of now, but SimulationCraft is certainly erring on this very same issue being way too optimistic compared to what I've been seeing in-game. For some real numbers, ShadowCraft is modeling the lfr nokaled proc as up to ~2.18% of the total dps which is arguably lower than what we're getting from real parses.
Edit: note that the damage% of the proc is a extremely flawed image of what the proc is valued as: its damage is static and the % will only be lower with every upgrade you get. My testing is based around several thresholds of loot (from average lfg 378 gear to fully heroic t13) and I find Nokaled to sistematicaly come ahead.