Yes, I realize block =/= avoidance (unless it's a full block) I just used that term because I didn't know what to call the score that is produced by the macro.
Back to my question that was never really asked though, can anyone tell me if they see any problems with using a block setup for ICC runs as opposed to the cookie-cutter stam stacking setup? I have two goals as a Prot Warrior, put out as much damage as I can while taking the least amount of damage I can. Avoidance is obviously the best way to go for taking the least amount of damage, but with avoidance you still need to make sure you aren't gonna get a couple unlucky rolls in a row that end up with you dead in a few seconds. I'm under the impression a block setup with avoidance would allow you to reduce damage intake while still having enough EH to not get roflstomped.
I'm planning on starting work on a cookie-cutter set as well just to appease people with big numbers in the GS and HP areas, but I'm going to be MTing for my guild and I want to be as efficient as possible. Since you guys are the experts I figured I'd get a second opinion. Thanks in advance for any ideas.