Seems like a while back somebody posted a thread about which were the easiest songs on RS. I can't find that thread now so I'm starting a whole new one. That thread inspired me to concoct a formula for determining how hard or easy a song that I've played is. I call it Coop's Rocksmith Easiness Formula. Patent pending. Described in painful detail here: http://myrocksmithjourney.blogspot.c...cientific.html .
It's a mathematically meaningless calculation that I invented just to get some rough idea of how hard or easy a song is to learn on RS. And, I think it's not bad as an informal indicator. Basically, just divide your highest score on a song by the number of times you've played it. Multiply that by your highest accuracy (as a percentage) and multiply that by your longest streak. Then divide by 100,000 and round to one decimal place to get a relatively convenient number. (There are some caveats, as described in my blog post. For example, I didn't use the actual play count on Surf Hell because after I mastered that song I played it every night to warm up. That inflates the play count aspect of the calculation. You should really divide by the a significant milestone play count - like how many times you had to play a song to reach 70,000 or to master the song. But, you'd have to track that manually, which even I haven't been doing. At least until now.)
No sooner had I created an ordered list of the songs I've played, from easiest to hardest, using my formula then I mastered I Want Some More and determined that it was in fact the easiest RS song of all. (Having seen some clips of the new Police DLC, Roxanne may take the honors when I download that one.) All of which makes my most recent accomplishment - finally mastering a song after over a month - sort of meaningless because it turns out the song I mastered Sunday night is - by my calculation - the easiest song I've played so far on RS! So, back to work. Gotta get Barracuda mastered!