I've been leveling prot. Doing instances getting good gear, topping the DPS charts and learning all the new level adjusted instances. I fly through most instances, I've seen all of them before in vanilla and am quite familiar with all of them, I usually chain pull the whole thing and only slow down when the healer is low on mana.
It's been fun except when you get those DPS who aren't happy with how fast you are pulling. Really? I'm pulling about as fast as I can run and still it's not good enough? So this DPS *cough* male undead warlock *cough* starts pulling large packs dotting them up and moving on to the next pack right away expecting me to follow behind him and pull the stuff off of him after he's doted them up. Well he died A LOT. Why cause not only did I stop pulling the mobs off him but the healer stopped healing him. It's not that the healer couldn't heal him it's not that I couldn't pull the mobs off him. It's that we wanted to teach him a lesson.
Long story short, he nerd rage quite and we got a new DPS.
This healer really impressed me so, thank you healers for working with your tanks in making this game a better place.