http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otH4Ed1IjUQ&feature=related Toller Cranston -- La Rondine (I even love the way he bows at the end) check out the combo at 1:52 - 1:57 and in slo-mo at 4:21 - 4:31 A one-foot axel into a double salchow! ** May sound simple but it can't be easy to perform. For me interesting combination jumps like this, as well as creative moves (which this program is full of) and transitions in and out of jumps (a la Jeremy Abbott and Matt Savoie) are more compelling and unique than that "danged" extra quad revolution, which mostly for me just detracts from a program, and the extra revolution is just the blink of an eye. I Don't Care!!! But I do wish more skaters would be inspired by watching past skating programs to incorporate unusual combo jumps and unique moves into their programs. Tired of the cookie cutter elements. Also, what are some other unique and difficult combos besides 3loop, 3loop? BTW, a delayed single axel, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVNImLRliFU a la Charlie Tickner (no stalking of jumps in that program), IMO, is so much more pleasing to the eye than a 3-axel (unless it's one of Johnny's gorgeous 3-axels ) **ETA: reminded from the Skate Journal link posted below by Sylvia, that Jill Trenary performed a one-foot axel, 3-salchow in her 1990 lp.