I don't recall a lot of downgrades back in the early years of the IJS, but it was so long ago, who knows No, I did not bring that up. I responded to a post suggesting that Lambiel in 2006 was the closest to having brilliant in all three parts of a three-stage competition by noting that it was a bit more complicated than that. This does not imply that he should not have won, or that the QR should not have been counted, etc. etc. The rules back then called for three segments, Lambiel was the best over three segments. But he was not the best in each of the three segments, which kind of runs counter to the original point I was responding to.