Any functional SCH macro set will be stupidly complex. I designed mine, inspired on many I saw posted here and there, and took me a whole morining to write them all. Although it has its flaws, it allows me to switch between arts, use stratagems, and use the main spells of each arts with enough speed an efficiency to be pretty competent... And I still lack the space I would need to incorporate more some spells.
I use a macro book that uses 9 sets: General dark and light arts books, and then healing, enfeebling/-na (light), enhancing, storms, nuking, enfeebling (dark), helix. Each set has the alt line with the stratagems and links to the other sets of that art (for example, a dark arts alt line is always: add. black, parsimony, alacrity, manifestation, ebullience, nuking set, enfeebling (dark) set, helix set, blank, light arts. Alt+0, in all sets, sends me to the other arts. A analogous setup of the alt line is in the light arts sets. Then in the Ctrl lines, I have the most important/used spells of each type. I have the corresponding earth, water, wind, fire, ice, thunder, dark, light element spells in the sets that can use that setup (nukes, helices, storms), and then other convenient arrangements of spells in the other sets.
It took me some time to get used to it, it has several flaws, and I've been perfecting/tweaking it continously, but overall it works pretty well.
Edited, Apr 30th 2011 1:02pm by TaimMeich
Frejan - Ragnarok
SCH 99 PUP 99 WAR 99 RDM 49 NIN 49 SAM 49
Windurst Rank 10, ZM+CoP: The Last Verse, ToAU: Eternal Mercenary, WotG Champion of the Dawn.