Well,since the original thread was about presets,here is one I am gonna try this week
It's the first deck that I actually spend some time thinking about the name I wanted to try Roots mainly but I was lacking a good 3* card(Craho seemed meh with Treeman around,didn't have Noodile Cr) so I decided to add some DR in it with Nathan. I hope it can work and i am open to suggestions!
Not to speak for Kitsune but...
This isn't the actual math (statisctics alludes me at this hour) but running a program to simulate 10000 hand draws should give a resonable approximation of what the probabilties would look like.
4/4 10000 simulated hands:
5/3 10000 simulated hands:
The appeal of a 5/3 split seems to be 'stablity' since you can expect to have clan A's bonus about 93% of time (of course you'll also only have clan B's bonus about 50% of the time). Where as the 4/4 split means 25% of the time you'll only have clan A's bonus and 25% of the time you'll only have clan B's bonus. This of course assumes that 1 clan's bonus is more important to have than the other's something that is hard to 'prove' and is probably mostly a personal preference thing.
I don't play much ELO so my opinion probably matters very little but I can see the logic in running a 5/3 deck with a topheavey 5 'half' and a few 2-3* utility cards for the 3 'half'.
I respect the math you have done and your explanation but really that isn't going to change my opinion. This game has a strong element of luck, nothing is for certain - not even the clan draws.
I'm done with this conversation as it has become mute. I have better things to do then to argue about 4/4 splits in comparison to 5/3 splits. Feel free to continue on if you will