Yesterday I was thrilled to discover that they fixed my beloved gas clouds during the maintenance, even though they didn't release the 2.3.2 patch yet. Hey, I don't care how I got it, I'm gonna take it! So now I'm back in business farming motes for my warrior's epic flying mount.
Also, tonight I went with my usual Kara group to ZA and got a resto druid belt. I'm a bit torn, because this makes two out of three Windhawk items that I've now replaced. The tunic was never even made before it was displaced by the Stonebough Jerkin that drops off of Nightbane in Kara. Either way, I think I've given up on ever having the full set. Clearly there's not much point anymore, but it makes me sad that the major advantage to leatherworking is already DOA <sniff>. I'm saving the gear I already made on the off-chance that they buff it in a future patch or give us upgraded versions similar to the smithing items.
On the plus side, I did the Cooking daily right after ZA and finally got that chocolate cake recipe :) Now I just have to collect the various mats and I can start cranking out yummy baked goods for my guildies. I'm so happy to finally have the last recipe from this quest.
Also, I've been transmuting diamonds each day for my Jewelcrafter with my new diamond transmute recipe. Today I got a bonus that I wasn't really expecting. I discovered how to transmute Primal Mana -> Fire. I suspect that this particular transmute is of questionable value. The primal mana might be worth 6-8g more than a primal fire. But for me it's still nice because I can farm mana motes with Herbalism as well as Engineering. Primal Fire is the only kind that I haven't been able to harvest with a gathering profession, now I can create my own and completely avoid the Auction House for primals. Neat!!