That was more evident in the LPs than in the SPs. I have noticed there seems to be slightly more praise for Michelle's repertoire of SPs than her LPs. There are a lot of skaters that have similar issues with choreography when comparing their SPs to LPs. Michelle just came from such a high level of choreography that it stood out when she skated LPs with "the norm" in choreography later in her career. That she was able to sustain choreographic excellence over a span roughly 6 years in her competitive programs speaks volumes about her abilities even beyond her titles. What other singles skaters can we say that about? Who else is comparable in that department? I'm just happy there's a representation out their for ladies skaters to see consistency in many aspects, including choreography, even if it wasn't over the span of her entire career. I feel like that, given Michelle's physical ailments she developed later, a longer period of choreographic emphasis might have been expecting too much from her.