Browning, for sure. It says a lot that he's one of the only "older" skaters on the list. I think most of these polls suffer from a recency effect.
I think Hamilton should have been on the list. I think Brian Orser would be a better candidate than Boitano. Boitano has a lot of wonderful qualities, but I wouldn't put footwork as the best of his ample skills. Robin Cousins also had amazing feet to watch.
Yagudin skated his footwork with great passion and speed, but he was mostly doing the same kind of steps repeatedly. I think someone needs to have versatility to be counted among the best.
Candeloro's footwork in the D'Artagnan program was quite memorable.
Buttle, Lambiel and Takahashi are my favourites of the current crop of skaters.