I'm very impressed by Sui/Han and I believe they deserve every point they earned. I was not happy that people nit-pick Sui/Han instead of just accept that they did a great job there under difficult conditions. So the post. My bad for being not clear.
I can't figure out how on earth could it possible that Sui rotated a full turn before Han released her. I re-watched the vedio several times and it turned out the accusiion is completely un-grounded and ignorant. First of all, the fact: count the rotations from the moment she left his hands, 4 full-rotations exactly, no moreno less. Secondly, from a theoretical point of view, it was practically impossible for her to turn a full turn before being released, not even half a turn. Han held her with both hands at her waist, pang-tong-fan, show me how it would be possible for her to turn with his hands holding her, ----the only possibility is that Han's arms are made of rubber bands that would be able to wrap around her like snake and rebound back like spring when releasing her--that's the picture I get when reading your No.1. She might have a tiny little bit two-foot it, but it appears a scratch, if any, rather than two-foot landing. I see a lot of factors for positive GOE on the 4Sth, carry-entry for the throw, great speed in and out, excellent body postures and positions in the air and on the landing, strong beautiful landing positions, great height and distance, why on earth they should not get positive GOE even if there was a slightly scratch of the ice? It was better than the majority of 3Sth that got positive GOEs.
I don't have time to comment on the whole conprehensive list, but I just think when people take that much of their time scrutinize a specific pair, there might be issues other than how the skaters skated/being judged