So what's the point of this? Are you trying to prove your 1337 skillz by putting this together?
No parses to post?
Not even some wild claims about what you've accomplished with this build that should put all the noobs to shame?
Yeah, didn't think so.
Listen, sit down for this, if you'd like comments on your build ideas or the direction you're trying to take something, it helps to not act like a jackass here. This isn't mmo-champion, this isn't wow. You're not shaking up the paradigm here, because there isn't one. Rift is meant to give you the freedom to build strange and unusual combinations. Sometimes it works, when it does it's awesome and you should be happy. But if you're going to post something like that and then in the same post condescend to the rest of us who are also playing this game and probably have just as much or more MMO experience than you (and you don't know, because you don't know anything about us) don't expect a warm reception to your ideas.
For my part, I think this is actually kind of interesting, though it needs explanation. Why are the 21 points you've put into Riftstalker here better than 21 points put into a dps soul? Stalker Phase only reduces your threat right after a plane shift ability, and while it does improve your damage passively, there are other souls that do that too without having to invest so heavily in them. The vast majority of Riftstalker root powers are high-threat, which I assume you're trying to avoid since you're calling this a dps build. So what are you doing that makes this a better dps build than one that uses dps souls and invests its points in improving dps?
If random outcomes aren't acceptable to you, then don't play with random people.