High RMSD from HADDOCK calculation

Dear Experts,

Apology for being naive.
Please see the links to the following results from HADDOCK webserver as follows:

https://wenmr.science.uu.nl/haddock2.4/run/6113383897/75469-APP_APP_Parallel

I find here that the RMSD is hugely higher, than the suggested value (<= 10 Angs.) in one of the HADDOCK lectures (Integrative modelling of biomolecular complexes - Part 2 - YouTube).

Request you to please suggest corresponding implications of the same in my supplementary calculations.

Sincere Regards,
Prathit Chatterjee

The reported RMSD only tells you where a given cluster is with respect to the best model generated by HADDOCK.

It has nothing to do with the RMSD metrics used by CAPRI and in benchmarking methods (the 10A limit for ligand-RMSD).

As such it does not mean a model is good or bad