I've updated the ratings with the Rock Spring Memorial C-Tier, St Louis North Pro/Am C-Tier, St Louis South Pro/Am C-Tier, and Lindenwood Open.
Since the ratings system has been out for about 2 years now, there have been a lot of events, about 50 actually. There are a lot of people that have racked up many rated rounds. Chris Gore is currently holding the top number of rated rounds with 59. Since the player ratings current just an average, it makes it very hard to move your rating either up or down. Therefor it's not a good representation of how a person is actually playing lately.
The PDGA uses the last 8 rounds of data (as far back as 24 months) or it will select all your rounds if less than 8. They do some extra stuff where 2.5 standard deviations or more than 100 points below your average are dropped and the most recent 25% (1/4) of your rounds will be double weighted in the calculation....but that's a little complicated and frankly, I think it will be easier to just average the last 10 rounds.
So the next update to the ratings will average your last 10 rounds, and if you have less than 10, it will average what you have (as long as you have at least 3 rounds). Hopefully this will show a little more reality in how a person is doing.
If anyone has a better idea or an issue with this approach, please respond back to this thread.