So, has anyone that has reached the hard hit cap of 27% had a problem with too much rage generation? or is that just never a problem?
I can imagine a scenario in which as we progress through new content and the gear gets better, we will be able to adjust out hit/haste ratio to maintain the "perfect" rage gen rate.
What that perfect rate is who knows yet.
I am sure that if you work hard enough someone could generate a differential equation to map out the rate of change of rage generation in regard to a variable gear level and hit/haste ratio.
However, and the point is, Fury dps seems to me to have become a completely different animal. In wrath it was a basically a faceroll rotation, while spamming heroic strike. As long as you had a nice big graphic to alert you when you got a bloodsurge proc, you could pretty much top the dps charts while watching Frasier reruns and eating a sandwich.(I apologize in advance for anyone offended by the thought that their class/spec was actually this easy to play, but it is the truth as I see it.)
Now, I find that fury dps is a more fluid entity, relying on paying close attention to your rage generation and enrage uptime. It actually feels(to me) like a more organic, "warrior-y" way to play, and I quite enjoy that. I feel like I am performing a balancing act or swimming in an ever-changing current, and I like the fact that I have to react to it.
So stop asking what the perfect numbers are for your stats, and what the perfect rotation is, because that doesn't exist anymore. We all know how to increase rage generation, and we all know how to avoid be rage starved, so all we need to do is find that sweet spot for the gear we are currently in.
I am sorry if I got a bit meta there, but all the discussion of mechanics can sometimes, for me at least, be a detriment to actually playing the game.
I very much appreciate all the hard work put into this theory-crafting, good luck with your equation, as I am certain the results will be extremely useful to all Furys(and possibly even some rogues). In the mean time, have fun swimming the rage/enrage currents, and try to keep your head above water.