Okay I watched it and without going into too much detail because I just don't have time, I totally disagree with you about the interpretation and choreography.
Whilst you hated the music, you have to get rid of your likes and dislikes of that and judge what the skater did to it. I actually like the music so that is subjective. In the past I have given credit to programs where I didn't like the music but the skater used it and used it effectively. For me when the music changed tempo Brezina did as well by changing his movement. The more flowing parts of the music he was more fluid in his movement and not so angular. When it picked up tempo or changed character so did he. He also had energy when the music called for it and softness when it called for it. He was hitting nuances so there was some detail. Also the circular steps worked with the timing of the music - that was really great. The moments where he really lost the connection was more setting up the jumps at the beginning. Overall for me the program worked musically.
As for the problems on elements, the program was not interrupted by them. Out of a 4 minute 30 second program, probably 10 secs at the most were affected by errors. It did not impact on the flow of the program and the way it worked. Otherwise he really did push the program to the end so deserves some credit for that.
I don't really have a problem with the marks the judges gave. I would probably be sitting in the 7s on those components. Transitions would be low 7s for myself but mid-7s for the others. And I really like his skating skills - lovely flow and good speed. He moves very well over the ice.
Skateboy I can't agree with you. 3.25 for Interpretation - sorry but that is way off the mark. You cannot let the fact you hate the music influence how you view the program. Others are going to hear the music differently from you. You and I obviously see the program very differently. But that is why judging is not an exact science and why you are never going to have a judging system that everyone can agree on. Because there is so much subjectivity in the way it is viewed.