Yes. He's more in the Alexei Urmanov range. He did his best work on that one important night, but I doubt that any of his performances are on anyone's "I'll Never Forget" list the way that, for example, Yagudin's Man in the Iron Mask is.
I'd agree that Evan or better to say his olympic win won't be as remembered as Yagudins or Plushenkos... but hey, I don't even think that's mainly his fault - if someone says 2010 Olympics, I instantly remember this awesome, awesome ladies event!
Lovely ladies with lovely performanes... the men's event as a whole couldn't stack up at all. In 2010 it was definitly ladies night