I love this tool, but one thing that has really been giving me a headache is the lack of setups.
I usually optimize my Mistweaver healer and the recommended gear/conduits greatly differs based on legendary used, talent used and type of encounter. (aside from second/third specs).
A suggestion from me: take away the limitation of setups. There are too many variations to find ideal gear if you are swapping how you play depending on the encounter.
Right now I have tried my best to simplify it by deleting and including new setups on a base by basis. But 4 per specialization just isn’t enough.
Mistweaver using Tear of Morning Legendary. One setup for raid, one for M+.
Within the raid setup, talents can change depending on the encounter. A build based on Upwelling gives drastically different results to Rising Mist adding two variables from one talent line alone.
Then again, for M+ or Raid within the Tear of Morning category, Statue, Refreshing Jade Wind and Chi-Ji all change stats.
This is exasperated when you add other legendries into the equation. Ancient Teachings of the Monastery requires at least two changes and itself demands different stats from Tear of Morning. One for raids, one for mythic plus. Sometimes Chi-Ji is also good to use in raids which again, drastically changes the recommended gear.
The last legendary I use is Clouded Focus, only for Sun King, sometimes with a Focused Thunder/Statue/upwelling build which is a completely different method of playing and gearing period.
Ideally you’d be able to make up to 7-8 setups per spec, even if there’s a way to disable them temporarily in the tool to enable later (so you don’t have to start from scratch). Having to delete a setup, then add it later because there’s not enough slots is very offputting.
I wonder how people get along when they use multiple specs and roles. For example; Druid.