So yeah. I've been reading up on Disc and what not and have learned, of course, that Disc priests are mostly tank healers, and a lot of our effectiveness is from shield and DA absorption which do not show up on Recount. I went from always being 2nd or 1st on healing meters to almost always last. And although I know the healing meters do not say anything for a Disc priest the raid leaders think it does. They are not convinced to let me stay Disc even though we already have 2 holy priests.
I'm sorry I don't have WWS. The fights we did tonight were Thaddius, Plague Quarter, Sapph/KT and our first(unsuccessful) attempts on Malygos. I think we must have been healer heavy because I did not find a single fight where I could just heal 1 or 2 tanks and bounce a PoM without doing a tremendous amount of overhealing, or sitting and doing nothing. We had 2 CoH priests, a resto druid, 2 paladins, 2 resto shamans and me.
I would always keep shield up on MT(and I have the glyph) and make sure I had a PoM bouncing around. I found myself not actually using Penance that much(as mine do 10k-15k) because no one would ever be at a health deficit of 6k or more for more than 1 or 2 seconds(unless they just completely died to easy mechanics like some morons did). So I ended up flash healing people most of the time especially since Penance is annoying with people having to be in front of you.
Did we just have too many healers? Or do the rest of the healers have to understand a Disc priest in order to work well with one? I am being forced to respec Holy at least until the patch comes out. So...my main question I guess is why go Disc for raiding over Holy? Even after CoH nerf I still see holy being better.
Edit: Oh also my gear is definitely not tailored to Disc - I only have 20% holy crit raid buffed and butt tons of spirit...I never once found myself going below 75% mana even though I was almost never out of the 5SR. That's possibly why people thought I was bein a baddie too. I felt like a paladin just sitting there and spamming shit and never going oom.