Yuck. The reason most of us watch figure skating is because it's different from other sports. The competitor has the ability to create beauty and make artistic statements. Watching the schlock that Morosov has put together for Miki (who is capable of so much more) is embarrassing to past world champions who put their necks on the line with technical and artistic risks. The fact that Nicolai brags that his skaters can win by ticking off jumps and not trying anything new or interesting is just so and goes against the entire history of the sport. Yes, winning is an important result, but in our sport, creating a beautifully entertaining program can lead to bigger and better results. Miki has two world titles under her belt, but will either of those programs go down in history like "Bolero" for T/D and all of the other iconic moments in skating? No, Miki won't ever have that with her current coach/choreographer.