I dont really get what you are on, but thats whats these forums are for, to be educated and despite my fair share of wealth Im not blind to see my wrongs or that I cant learn.
So eventhough this isnt the initial threads issue and more a TSM issue, I havent really found a way to easily spot glyphs that can be reset easily. To me it involves looking into the glyphs manually ( per class in auctionator from my head ) but this still involves 25 clicks per class to spot something that can be reset. with 10 classes this takes quite some time, but sure it can be worth it if you catch your opponent off guard or you have time to mess around with him. If there is a button / tweak / easy way to spot this then please enlighten me to make this a two minute job.
The proactive thing is to cut off his supplies I guess taking all the non overpriced herbs similar to the ore strategy mentioned elsewhere which Im sure you have read. This strategy also involves putting in a lot of time as you regularly need to snipe herbs going below your new threshold and it might even be completely invain as he has his own suppliers who arent posting on the AH. After getting herb prices high you buy out all his glyphs and relist - with your opponent not being able to recover very well from it until herb prices settle down again - which you with the proactive approach wont allow to happen. Am I talking nonsense here or is this the active approach you mean by making things happen other than snipe resetting glyph prices ? I see how its working, but I also see flaws in it and another major time sink trying to control this.
I guess you can rephrase the word good as in good auctioneer with patient auctioneer though , point taken.
With well priced wall my look on it is to know your herb market, define the price of a glyph, add the price of the paper to it and then include the profit you can be bothered with going over the milling process and crafting glyphs. There are always people willing to go below that , but in the past year in which I have had decent activity in the glyph market ( pretty much got serious into it a few weeks before glyphmas ) those people tend to die out pretty out and at the prices Im willing to go for at some point the regular names keep coming back. Other than that make it thick enough that your opponent wont buy it out easily and relist higher, but this depends on how active you are really on it. More logins a day means you can settle with less glyphs per glyph kind as you can catch up faster to resets - making your potential profit loss less.