Well, two questions: How hard is it to skate in spotlight? I was watching an exhibition, something we're all used to seeing, but I suddenly remembered, "Wait, how does he know if the wall is coming before his triple flip? Isn't it disorienting?" Do you think the skaters just have general "rink sense" in terms of how many strokes 'til the edge of the rink, have practiced their programs so many times that it's not a problem, or intrinsically "feel" the size of the rink? Do skaters really visually cue the boards when they skate? 2. How do spotlight operators keep up? It looks like some exhibitions have 4 or 5 spotlights following a skater at one time. Are there actually 4 or 5 operators at opposing ends of the rink sweating profusely trying to keep focused? Do they have to practice and memorize every program? This sounds pretty intense, especially since there are so many venues in the world and I'm sure the same spotlight operators don't travel. Or nowadays is there some sort of automated motion-tracking system with spotlights?