One last thing: Although I feel bad for Chris that he tried to play by the rules, consulted the judges as to how to make LFTM better, and still got screwed, nobody forced Chris to do anything. None of us were there, so we don't know what the judges Chris asked about LFTM actually said. Who knows if they said, "Just add a couple of highlight moves, that's all LFTM needs to win gold in Lillehammer" or if they said, "You've got to go back to the drawing board and start over to have a chance of winning the gold." I'm making general statements, but the point is, IMO, Chris had been around ice dancing judges long enough to know the vagaries of what they say vs. what they mean. And even if you do exactly what someone suggests, whether it be in dance or anything, the actual result of the suggestions can be worse than what was originally there.