You tend to speak about general and hypothetical things, therefore it looks like ranting. I prefer to speak about the certain skaters and what they skated at the certain show. Feel free to agree/disagree/argue on what exactly the skater skated, and not some theory. Then there will be something to comment.Of course, those are the best examples. Not everyone - even of the best - can do that. But there are also those who think that the art side in an exhibition program is more important than jumps, and who want to leave more room for choreography and emotions. That's why they most often leave the quads for the finale (not always, though). By the way, if there are not many difficult jumps in a figure skating program (or even no jumps at all), it doesn't mean that the program is easy, even technically. As someone who seems to know quite a lot about figure skating you must know also this.