Silver probably. At the 95 worlds even clean (with 6 triples) she would have only managed a 61 short and 121 long. I am going to be very generous to Kwan and guess some major improvement under IJS, and factoring in the tougher judging of the 2006 Olympic ladies panel, maybe a 63 short and 125 long. Still would be a good 3-4 points back of winning, but enough for silver. If her programs were like 95 though probably only bronze splitting Cohen and Slutskaya. Saying that feels strange when Slutskaya clearly deserved to beat Cohen, but the judges began to dump Slutskaya after she lost the grand prix final to Asada, and immediately after she went from the judges pet to a judges pariah. How she was scored in the short program of Turin said it all. Cohen made the right choice to skip the event.