Q: Is being on top of the meters important?
A: Absolutely not. It takes a team to kill a boss, and we succeed and wipe as a unit. Either we all loot the boss, or nobody loots the boss. And anyways, being on top is likely the result of the RNG smiling on me and giving Princess Vespa a little nudge in the crit department. Hey, maybe they should nerf us?
Q: When you actively develop an improvement plan and work at progressing the plan daily, is feedback important?
A: You bet your bippy. Its a long-standing joke in my corner of the blogosphere that winning at WWS is King. Not at all. But using a tool like WWS to get feedback on the effectiveness of your improvement plan is simply splendid.
Q: In an environment where the officers have flat out said "As we see gear quality level out, low DPS will be replaced", does your position on winning WWS change?
A: No, winning WWS doesn't become more important, however illustrating that you can (A) develop a plan and (B) show clear results that the plan works becomes the new King.
Q: While palin' (sp?) in comparison to the joy of the success as a team, how does it feel being on top?
A: So. Ego. Strokingly. Good.
I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin.