The biggest surprise is enhancement shaman hero Snerp as his warrior/shaman/druid team took 3000 in Shadowburn. Enhancement shaman actually brings a lot to the table, it is just they were completely overshadowed by retribution paladins. Spam able offensive dispel + long range interrupt on a very short CD in a melee class is absolutely disgusting, AOE blessing of freedom, ranged root about wow gold, instant heals/lightning bolts thanks to Maelstrom Weapon for burst/defense (in wow 4.3.2, they will be able to get instant hexs off for control), and of course, bloodlust/shamanistic rage/spirit wolves that can all be front loaded first minute of the fight for an impossible to kill melee that does a ton of damage about wow gold.
Seriously enhancement shaman burst damage is every bit as good as retribution paladin, if not better outside of wings. Storm strike is 28% nature damage glyphed, haste from windfury + bloodlust and of course, purge against protection/freedom is superb synergy with rogue. Will they see spot light with the wow 4.3.2 retribution nerfs about wow gold? Shaman may grow from the worst hybrid into the best, as elemental (more of a 5v5 spec); enhancement and restoration all have dominant comps in arena about cheap wow gold now. They are looking good with the huge wow 4.3.2 buffs. I wish I can try rogue/enhancement shaman/druid right now Serennia style, it is too bad Blizzard killed team hopping about cheap wow gold.
Quick note for all you DPS Warriors out there: when we received the tip, Matt Rossi noticed that Warriors seem to be missing from the DPS pie chart, but I think I have figured out where they went; there are 10 classes represented on the chart color-wise, but Warriors were accidentally left off the list to the right; they would have to be the light-blue share at the very top, and so clock in at around 4.02% representation among DPS.