In my opinion, the stat weight priority of the feral druid tutorial on this site is wrong. It's based on the idea that raids are a single target boss that don't have tricks, don't disappear, and don't have multiple adds. They say "In multiple target DPS, Feral Druids perform relatively well, although they do not shine." Personally, i don't have this problem. In fact, i destroy the meters on multiple targets. The key is getting stuff up fast. This cannot be done based on a mastery priority. I am in the top 3 DPS in every raid boss and every trash pull (usually #1). Every time i see another feral in the raid, they do half the DPS i do. I inspect them and they are mastery priority reforging which causes them to starve for energy.
I know saying this will get a lot of scoffing from other druids, but they need to know i'm not asking for their opinion. I play based on many years of experience, not based on a target dummy computer simulation. I am not a computer and bosses are not a stand-still target dummy.
My opinion: I play to have fun. therefore a few things are critical to achieving this:
1. Use the badkitty mod
2. crit > haste > mastery (AGI, hit, and exper in usual ways)
3. Lots of macros. there's inadequate macros on this site.
4. A HUD.
5. My talents: Feline Swiftness, Nature's Swiftness, Faerie Swarm, Soul of the Forest, Mighty Bash, Heart of the Wild
Play how you like though. I am merely saying how i play. Use parts of what i say or don't. Doesn't matter to me which.