@Oxan: I'm very interested in seeing your video and hearing more about your experiences! :)
I'm concerned though that you're attack speed is so low at 1.721aps. Even if you had good AP returns, it'd seem that you'd have trouble with freezing just from not having enough actions. The issue being that while procs may be fixed for Meteor, we still need to stack as many Meteors on targets to maintain a true permafreeze. I've been playing around with a similar build for months now (since late November) that is based on using Prism, instead of Shards: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/wizard#PQYXhT!gbW!cZYZcc
. I normally run with between 2.3-2.8aps, 55-63%cc, and 9-12 Meteor Reduction on gear. I can do down to 2 targets excellently, but do have AP and proc troubles with singles. And even with the APoC bug, I could get a very stable spam on single target due to great AP returns, but I did still feel short on procs (ie couldn't maintain a perfect freeze on a single).
How do you feel? I'm curious cuz you have more CC than I'm able to run, so it might be a better. However, it still seems like you might be running a deficit. Mathematically, 2.5aps just smokes 1.721aps in terms of the predicted procs, even if we scale up your CC. And please don't take it the wrong way, but it seems like you're more a Raining Meteor build with Frost Nova, than a SNS build with Liquefy. And this isn't to criticize your build at all. I'm VERY interested in seeing what you've done! :D But I have concern that you're not quite getting enough procs with low attack speed. Using Liquefy in place of WW has been my "holy grail," but no matter what it still feels elusive. It's just very hard to even remotely compete with SNS that has six times better tick rate via Energy Twister (6 ticks per second) compared to Meteor's crappy tick rate (1 tick per second, plus one extra from the initial Meteor impact).
So if you're able to make a functional SNS build with Liquefy at low attack speed, I for one am very excited!