From ElvUI comes Absinth UI! Using the best parts of multiple Healer UI compilations and my own previous UI, this UI is perfect for any healer who wishes to raid or PvP. From monitoring cooldowns to click-heals, Absinth UI contains all the healing essentials while keeping them clean and organized. Don't like any of the arrangements? ElvUI and the multiple addons included are simple to configure and move around (Vuhdo can be a pain though if you're unfamiliar with it).
The raid frames, using the add-on Vuhdo, come in three different setups: Absinth 1-15: For soloing, 5-mans, 10-mans, and 15-man BGs. The frames are slightly enlarged so you can easily see how each player in the group is fairing. Absinth 25: Exclusively for 25-man raiding. This is definitely my favorite out of the three as it's actually the origin of the other two. Basically, the frames are downsized from the 1-15 Setup. Absinth 40: I'm not a huge fan of this setup myself, but you'll need it for Sha/Gal/Oon groups or large BGs. Adjust it as you see fit.
Here is a list of addons included in the UI:
Addon Control Panel
Enhanced Friends List
Mik's Scrolling Battle Text
WeakAuras (using the strings from AffinityUI) ElvUI (must download separately)
Blood Legion Cooldown (preferential use)
Deadly Boss Mods
Due to licensing, you must download and install ElvUI separately. The saved variables for the setup are included in the pack though. You can download ElvUI at: http://tukui.org/dl.php
Used for a Priest. Other healers must adjust UI accordingly.
Designed for a MacBook resolution of 1280x800. Serious adjustments will have to be done for most who download this.
Aspects of other UI's from WoWInterface are mixed in the UI in ways I'm not entirely sure of. I take no credit for these.