Multiple Action Groups have a second layer, Member Actions, that Actions do not. This sometimes trips me up.
Here is a quick and easy way to flatten things back out so you can see the relative structures:
(IDs of it , group member flag of it, Names of it , Names of Targeted computers of it , Detailed Statuses of results of it) of (it; member actions of it) of (bes actions)
Note that Baselines have a similar layer with Components and Component Groups