And when they say ON ICE, they REALLY mean on ice. A couple times, I think I would have been a little nervous, had I been in the front row. One mishap and you would have had a skater in your lap, which isn't necessarily a bad thing! I've seen Nathan multiple times live (usually at Nats and Sk Amer), so I've seen him fly. This was even better though, because they can skate so much more freely without having to fulfill all the technical requirements. I assumed he's been staying in good shape, since he has a lot of Japanese ice shows coming up.Arriba, a friend of mine had on ice tickets for Chicago and concurred with what you said, and that Nathan is so smooth and powerful. Thanks for the report!