I came to a horrible realization last night while in a random dungeon on my druid. Despite my best efforts to be a 'good' tank, or even a 'great' tank - I am instead, a 'slow' tank.
I suppose it's a product of my upbringing, going through Scholo/Strat when you actually had to worry about CC and runners. BC introduced the shadow-stepping rogue who would gouge the tank and 2 shot the mage. Wrath gave us AoE heroics, that would still wipe your group at level appropriate gear.
It is of course entirely my own fault for being slow. I tend to pull groups in manageable packs, only pulling one group or pat at a time. I chain pull, but chain pulling doesn't mean out of control - instead for me it means steady. And it's a policy I'll continue to stick with.
I suppose part of this attitude stems from playing a healer through a good part of Wrath, and a tank when I wasn't healing. I prefer to have things move at a predictable pace, in a scenario that I can control and manipulate as needed. I'd also rather spend 5 minutes doing something the 'right' way, than have to run back because someone felt the need to "Go, Go, GO ALREADY".
This might explain the LK fight
I absolutely love the H LK fight. It's intense and chaotic, with just enough scripted moments to keep things moving. It's drastically different than the way I like to run my heroics, and that may explain why it is that I prefer my heroics to be slow and controlled. It gives me a balance to the sheer insanity that is H LK.
So, I'm going to keep pulling slow and steady. Pretty soon I'll be in the Outlands with 130981 DKs - and it'll be the same thing again. Until then, if I never run BRD again, I'll be ok.