Camshafts are all a guessing game. When it comes down to it, a cam selection is based only on past peoples experiences. I computer program had its programmers who were writing programs that guess (albeit with a lot of data in their hands) what a cam will perform like. I believe that choosing the exact perfect cam for a situation is impossible, and a best guess can only be found through pouring over tons of relevant data.
I think a better way to go about picking "the right cam" is to choose a cam you think is suitable, and research the behavioral characteristics it will give in your car. In other words, get a theoretical baseline, and go from there. Not even the NASCAR guys all choose the same cam, so you wont. It's best to just be content with a cam that will produce what you want out of the car.
355, Comp XR236R Solid Roller, Air Gap, Pro Systems Double Pumper,
TKO, 10lb flywheel, 3.73 rear, Global West Suspension, Corvette C5 brakes
3098 lbs (and falling!)