So here’s what I can do: if you have the option checked to disable creation of equipment manager sets, it will disable the upgrade behavior that syncs up the “AMR xxx” equipment sets with the new format. I’ll put that in the next update. Sorry about that – it probably should have done that in the first version, just missed it.
If you don’t have that option checked, it is assumed that you want the AMR addon to manage automatically updating the “AMR xxx” equipment sets. That is the majority use case, and how the addon is designed to work for maximum convenience. For clarification on the addon behavior:
In all recent versions of the AMR addon (for the past several years), whenever you use the addon to equip one of your imported gear sets, it created an equipment manager set called “AMR [spec]”. Whenever you import new data and update your gear set, it automatically updates this equipment manager set whenever you use the addon to activate that gear set.
In other words, if you are using the AMR addon, the “AMR [spec]” equipment sets are frequently modified by the addon. Any hand modifications to those sets are not guaranteed to be saved.
If you check the option to disable creating equipment manager sets, then the AMR addon won’t make or modify equipment sets. This next update will ensure to honor that setting when upgrading to the new format as well.
With the newest version of the addon, it will create equipment sets with whatever name you have on the website for your setups. If you don’t disable creation of equipment manager sets, every time you import best in bags results it will potentially modify equipment sets with the same name. If you check the option to disable, it won’t touch equipment sets.
If you send a setup to the addon via the Gear Check feature, it will have a default name of “AMR [spec]” when it creates an equipment manager set. Once again, it will potentially modify this equipment manager set unless you check the option to disable equipment manager integration.
So bottom line: unless you check the option to disable equipment manager integration, expect the AMR addon to create/modify/manage equipment sets with the name “AMR [spec]” or whatever name you have set for your Best in Bags setups on the website. Your custom changes to those equipment manager sets may be overwritten at any time.