Question about the economics of skiller rolling I had a question about whether or not the economics are really in favor of rerolling GCs for skillers? It looks as if plain skillers average out to about a Pul (with the crap ones like curses balancing out the colds). If a Pul gets you 40 Pgems (or 13 rolls), do they pop up that often on an ideal Kurast GC (I'd think that that higher level charms, though capable of secondary mods, would have lower chances of rolling up a skill each roll)? Anyone ever expiremented to see what your chances of rolling a skiller are? Looking at the Battle.net stats page, it looks like there are 73 different prefix mods and 27 suffix mods (100 total). Out of those, there are 21 skiller mods, or about a one out of five chance (pretty good). But I'm not technically knowledgable of these things and it seems like different ways of calculating the drop chances would radically change this surely flawed knee-jerk calculation. Obviously having a lvl 50 GC would raise your chances, but does the game select a type of magical affix and then selects again a more specific level (i.e. skiller or poison damage and then picks the specific skill or 6 PD or 15 PD). If "skiller" is just one pick among all the different types (I count 28 of these), then your chances pretty well suck. And are the higher lvl affixes more difficult to roll up to begin with? Oy vey, my head hurts... Anyhow, if someone could shed some light on this whole activity, I'd appreciate it. Is it really a method to wealth or an activity for the already wealthy and more akin to gambling (with the odds stacked against you...). Thanks guys! P.S. would this be more appropriate in the community forums? Don't know if this info is old hat enough to be properly placed in the "newcomers" forum.