So when you click on the neck in the inventory after optimization, your comparison with the other two available necks doesn’t look like mine (001 Earthen Mark of Razing, 002 Natasha’s Choker, and 003 Choker of Bloodied Feathers)?
I guess what I was trying to show is that Upgrade Finder, before I owned the reward, was telling me (per my original post, where you can see a screenshot of that) that Natasha’s Choker and Natasha’s Pack Collar were both upgrades with an equal value, but once I had Natasha’s Choker in my inventory, it started saying that Natasha’s Pack Collar would have been a better choice (and Natasha’s Choker was a downgrade, which is why it wasn’t recommending that I swap it in). I obviously can’t go back to the time before I chose that upgrade. I guess I could vendor it and try to run it through Upgrader Finder again? But even now (I think) I’m seeing different interpretations of the gear I have via the two features. Best in Bags says that Earthen mark of Razing is the best. Upgrade Finder seems to imply there’s no difference between that and Natasha’s Choker? Or is it just not rating anything that’s not the best choice and that’s what the yellow bars mean?
But again, I guess it’s more about the real decision that it was showing me (both original neck rewards being the same, +0.45%) when one of the turned out to be a downgrade once it was in my bags and being evaluated by Best in Bags. If you think that’s due to some sort of caching and shouldn’t repeat, that’s cool. But I’m pretty sure this isn’t the first time Upgrade Finder was “wrong” (in that it didn’t correctly predict what Best in Bags would recommend once I owned the quest reward) when I asked it to compare two blue quest rewards. I just wish I’d taken screenshots of the first set of rewards too.
Again, if I’m misunderstanding how this feature is supposed to be used, and it’s not meant to match what’s shown under Best in Bags with the other two owned items being downgrades, that’s fine too, I’m just trying to get clarification if that’s indeed the case.
Thanks for your patience!