With using IJS to judge, the thing I like best is it helps me to analyse and evaluate. And to be able to dissect the performance so you understand why you are giving the marks you are. Whilst judging is subjective, at the end of the day you still have to explain why you came up with the marks you did. And for me there is nothing better than sitting down with a skater or coach to go through the protocol and explain to them how I saw things so that it can help them improve. It is probably the most satisfying part of the sport. Because coaches are not judges and believe or not, do not always see what a judge sees. They are sometimes too close to a skater to look at what the skater does objectively. You actually can provide a fresh set of eyes for them.