I don't especially want to go searching for particular examples. It is more a general approach to how the sport is presented that I think is driving a wedge between the experts and rest of us. If the rest of us say, "I don't see what was so great about that performance," the ISU should say. "What can we do to make watching a skating competition more enjoyable and interesting?" Instead, they show us the rule book.Let's put the individual skaters back in. Who are in the scenario you described? i.e. an actual skater (or a number of skaters) who falls, stumbles, make obvious errors in executions, while doing nothing special in terms of performance art and get the WHOA whopping marks.