Every single one of those things is already covered in the COP. Either she doesn't know what she's talking about, or she's prevaricating. The only thing in her list that's not already considered under the judging system is the "sound quality" of the edges, and I would dispute her belief that silent edges are automatically better than growly ones. Scratchy edges are awful, yes, but they're a product of bad skating skills, and already penalized.Here is a tiny partial list of audience pleasing skating skills that cannot be measured: smiles (P/E, possibly IN); pointed toe (P/E); stretched leg (P/E); line of body (P/E); flowing true edges (SS, spiral and lift level criteria, footwork GOE, level criteria and GOE for most dance levels) and change-of-edges (SS, level criteria esp. for ice dance, footwork GOE); long controlled glide that looks like it floats (spiral GOE)-- to music; footwork that makes the music come alive throughout the performance (IN, footwork GOE); an edge or turn that "whispers" (instead of ripping or grinding), the excitement of a classic sit, change sit, change sit, change sit spin [b]to exacting music (SS, spin GOE); a long blurred spin with musical crescendo (IN, spin GOE, spin level criteria).
You could certainly argue that those qualities deserve to make up a higher overall portion of the score, or that judging panels are not always using the rules as written correctly to reflect what happens on the ice, but all those things are already in the COP, and should be taken into consideration when the system is properly applied.