Apologies for getting back to you on that so late, I was trying to form a response last night but my train of thought was absolutely nowhere to be found.
Originally Posted by larryguy
Mmmk, so, the absolute first thing you do when working with Mr. Robot is go into Edit Weights and enable "At Least" Mode. Under normal circumstances Mr. Robot will put you slightly under your caps in favor of being slightly over and "wasting stats" to eliminate a statistical outlier. Short version is that if you wipe a raid you want it to be for a reason in your control that can be fixed, not because the boss parried your ShotR and you took a damage spike.
Moving on, the next thing you do is tweak the weights of three things: Stamina, Strength, and Mastery. Unless you're at a point where you absolutely don't care about stamina at all, always keep Str a little lower than Stam in weight. And then only occasionally will you adjust Mastery's weight. Which, unless you adjust it drastically the only thing it will really influence is partially whether or not you'll use a Exp hybrid, since a lot of the time that is all you will actually gain from it, aside from the socket bonus. So, what I ended up putting your weights at was along these lines:
Now if you plug these in you'll notice that it has you using a Hit hybrid in your head slot. Whether or not you follow this is up to you. Most of the time just as a cardinal rule a lot of us try to avoid geming hit. But given that you're stuck with that second stamina trinket for the time being a stam hybrid is really just a miniscule difference anyway.
And of course there's always the option I had been going with until I hit the 50% haste cap, which is gem straight haste. (unless an exp hybrid could get you more after reforging) And then just lock in all of your geming choices manually and have Mr. Robot do the measly task of optimizing your hit/exp caps. Although for that you could just get Reforge-Lite and have it do your reforging in 10 seconds flat in game.
Really, I don't know a lot about hunters and the only good advice I can give is: TURN PET TAUNT OFF! ~Aggathon