!StopTheSpam - Remove all the startup spam from your chat window when you load the game
Ace - THE SHIT.
AceLoot - Ace'd version of QuickLoot.
AF_Tooltip - Best tooltip mod, still.
QuickInspect - Ace'd version of GoodInspect. Also has an additional bind for a character breakdown sheet.
ChatScroll - Ace'd -- Let's you use the mouse wheel for the chat box.
CleanChat - Removes the [guild] and [raid], etc crap. Can also set colored names for different people.
CT_RaidAssist - I hope you know what this is.
DiscordArt - Put leet textures all over your UI.
DiscordLibrary - Dependency to ^
eCastingBar - Casting bar replacement. The default one is too ugly. Also adds seconds next to it.
FishEase - If you fish without this, you're an idiot.
FlexBar - Still the best button/bar mod.
FonTabulous - FONTS!!
GoldenRun -Ace'd -- Dude. This thing makes it so that when you double tap foward, you auto run! You can disable it for combat. I love this one.
MapScroll - Ace'd -- Scroll the map with your mousewheel, you can also hide all the clutter around the Minimap.
MyBags - Ace'd -- Best bag replacement out there.
MyBindings - Ace'd -- Set custom bindings for all your characters based on class, it also replaces the bindings page, it's so much better with this.
ScrollingCombatText - No need to say anything.
WatchDog - If you are a healer, and don't have this, you suck. Click casting baby! Also works with CTRA.
I would love to use Visor but the learning curve seems very steep for me. I was an avid user of Flexbar and really never learned much beyond basic stuff, I don't know if I want to put in the time to learn something new. At this point I just use something "user friendly," Discord Action Bars.
That's a problem, to be sure. Anyone is welcome to build a front-end to Visor and it still has a few problems that I need to iron out. I doubt it'll ever be user-friendly or just friendly in general because friendly is too limiting in comparison to power. With Visor, the only limitations (beyond a few bugs, here and there) is borne from not understanding the system (not everyone does and that's perfectly okay, it is a complex bastich). However, with enough time invested, it can become a great tool. It's more like an API at the moment though rather than a user-friendly Addon but I was really shooting for that when I designed it because that's what people were asking me for at the time.
I hope eventually someone will design a frontend to Visor to make it more user-friendly, that'd be awesome. I'm also going to have an import/export system there as soon as I can so folks can create their own miniAddons and share them with the Visor community. My main concern with Visor though is and always will be what it lets you do with it rather than how it lets you do it and because of that, Visor isn't the best option for everyone. As I always say though, the right tools for the right job.
Visor is what I want but if it isn't what other people want, I won't hold it against 'em. ;p
Visor is truly an indimidating piece of equipment to work with at first. The way I look at it: my fiance' will never use it, however I love it. When it comes down to the facts of system resource savings, Visor is the winner.
But like any tool, you'll never know how to use it until you try it for yourself. Watching someone else use it doesn't teach you hadrly anything - you need to get your hands in the dirt and work with it yourself.
Try it out, do a helluva lot of "/vz ?", "/vz set ?", and "/vz set x ?" until you see how things work.
Move a window around and get the hang of how things are placed.
When your done trying it out, type in "/vz del blah" and the window returns to default.