I disliked that I basically "needed" a click-cast mod to go along with it though.
You don't *need* one.
I use one simply because it lets me keep my first 5 hotkeys bound to something that I use more frequently.
My right hand never leaves my mouse, so anything that isn't on 1-6 on my number row gets clicked. I don't use modifiers. I can't stand modifiers. Left control is my vent PTT key, and I use a three button ergonomic mouse(yay ulnar tunnel issues!) Since 1-6 is taken by important stuff on my main bar, putting a mouseover macro for dispels wouldn't fit, and to target click and then click a cast is just something I don't want to bother with. I prefer to keep the boss or my current Lifebloom tank targeted.
So I have Clique installed. For one spell on four toons.
Compare setting up Vuhdo and the sheer array of options it has to grid, healbot, or much of anything.
Most people set up Vuhdo and it ends up being information overload.
I want to see very few things on my raid frames:
Who has aggro
Who has a debuff that needs dispelled/what type is it
Who has that gnarly raid debuff we need to watch(Frigid Assault stacks, etc)
HP bars to whack a mole with heals
Where my hots are and their stacks/remaining duration.
Mana on the healers.
My frames are a simple rectangular box color coded by class. That bar is their HP bar. The blue bar under it is their mana bar.
The whole thing is red instead of class color when they have aggro.
The border is color coded by debuff type when there's one to dispel. Brown = disease, green = poison, purple = curse, blue = magic. Center icon is raid debuff. Upper left indicator is Lifebloom. Red = 1 stack, yellow = 2, Green = 3. Top right is Rejuv. Green, yellow, red in remaining duration. Red means its going to drop soon. Bottom right indicator is Wild Growth. Uses same coloring as Rejuv.
I need no other information. I can set Grid up to show me this in less than 10 minutes. Most of my time spent setting up Grid is getting placement and textures and text size/font to my picky liking.
My screenshot up above there shows it, but it's not a combat shot and I keep forgetting to take them. ><