Having recently switched from Frost to Fire I am having mixed results; this is the first time I have played Fire since Wrath where Combustion was just a cooldown. I've seen it stated a few times that Combustions of around 40-60k are what you should be aiming for and with immense luck 100k+, however I rarely see this (and never anything close to 100k). I use the "pro-active" method of using AT with PoM alternating between 4-6 pyros or 2-3 pyro. As I understand it Ignite will at maximum tick for what you hit 4secs ago, and having 6 pyros in a row takes longer than 4secs to use!
1) Should I be using combustion after the chain of pyros or try to notice an ignite peak within the pyros?
2) Should I be waiting for the last pyro to hit/register before I hit combustion? If yes, what should I do immediately after my last pyro?
Unrelated but fire related:
3)At a 1min CD, the Engineering hand enchant does not line up with every Combustion, is it worth holding on to that CD which would otherwise occur in ~30 secs? This would effectively place the cooldown of it at 90secs, just like gylphed Combustion; is this sub-optimal?
4) Where do I learn how to get my own personal stat weights from SimC? Nothing obvious comes to my attention/mind and I'd rather not just Google it if someone has something specific they can recommend!
While I'm at it, have I chosen a good point to go Fire? Here's my armoury: Clicky.
I was pretty pleased with my performance on our first Heroic kill of Jin'Rohk, is there anything I'm doing wrong here? I suspect I was blessed by the RNG gods for that fight! This was the first fight I had tried to raid with Fire, for our subsequent normal kills my DPS was pretty bad however I put that down to my inexperience with fire up until a week ago.
I apologise if this is a really long post, I'm sure these kinds of questions get asked all of the time :/
P.S I know my trinkets are horrible for fire... blame 10 man.