Honestly, I could imagine just changing it to “Node health” with 3 categories: uptime, audit score, suspension score. Uptime is easy to understand and 0-100% makes sense. For Audit score the number is basically irrelevant, it could still stay a number in the API but on the dashboard it could just be replaced by an arrow to indicate if the audit score is rising or falling. Same for the suspension score (although the name might be misleading because a high suspension score sounds like a bad thing…).
That was just a quick idea, I’m still not sure what I think would be best because there’s already lots of confusion about suspension and dq and both those modes get triggered from audits but from different kinds of audit errors, making the “audit score” pretty strange and confusing anyway, additionally the threshold of 60% audit score is just a number that doesn’t mean anything to any SNO so could just be ommitted or changed to a range from 0-100% so it has a real meaning to the average SNO but it would still not say much because it’s actually just a DQ score while the suspension score is not shown.