I'm with flowerpower: it's just an absolutely ridiculous thing to say that V/M have peaked and can't get any better. I want to know what they're smoking if they think that V/M haven't improved since their senior debut. IMO, they're better now than they were two years ago. This is sort of related to the above, but I also think that performance (interpretation, I suppose would be more correct) tends to improve as skaters get older. I think it's a function of just having different life experiences, and the only way to get those is to live. I know I grew a lot personally in my 20's--particularly my early 20's. I'd say the same thing we've seen in other skaters over the years also holds with V/M.