It did not appear when i was searching for it. New builds must have pushed/changed the list. I would suggest making the Build Types column wider as it makes the RCR tag spill on 2 rows if the Updated column has a long date (September seems to be the main culprit). Compare column width from Hot with Top - All Time to see what i mean.
Think i found the culprit. Builds with really long names that spill out on 2 rows make the other columns narrower and therefore taller with some having only one word per row. Look at Top - All Time with the Crusader filter.
Could this artificially inflated height hide some builds near the bottom of the page? From what i remember, when i saw my build last time in Top - All Time it was last on the first page. Now it appeared on the second page near the top.
There are 25 listings per page for both Hot and Top - All Time. Your post is on page 2, with a +3 rating. I imagine that the rating is more likely to be the "issue" which you are experiencing, as there are multiple builds with +3, all with varied post dates and build names. At a glance, the listing order for builds with matching rating value appear to be random (i.e not alphabetical, not based on number of views, and not based on date of last update).
I noticed that the list was ordered by ratings so i tried looking at all builds with +3. When that failed i looked at builds with +2 and +4. When that failed too. i searched the whole list for start to finish and i could not find it. That's when i made the post. Like i said, i could find it with other filters but it did not appear in that specific case.
The weird thing now is that some of the builds from the bottom of the first page also appear at the top of the second page.