The was-robbed story of the event, without surprise, is Matt Savoie. Whle Goebel didn't have the jumps and fell a few times, Savoie had some flips out and minor errors, yet the marks are as followed:
2 Timothy GOEBEL 131.86 58.96 72.90 7.40 7.15 7.10 7.40 7.40
9 Matthew SAVOIE 117.00 54.00 63.00 6.35 6.10 6.30 6.40 6.35
Conlusion: To get good scores in general, you have to attempt quads (note that it's not "land" quads) no matter how consistent they are. In fact, it doesn't really matter if your quad is non-existent at this point (ie. Jeff Buttle). And by attemptinng quads, you'll not only get good marks in TES, but also, for some reason that has yet to be interpreted, in TCS well (ie. Goebel and Savoie).