I generally hate the step sequences under IJS. They're too twisty, too slow, and as my friend put it, 'just a lot of arm flailing'. There are a few sequences that have actually taken the rules and used the restrictions to create something both technically proficient and actually beautiful. Here are two that I love: Takahiko Kozuka's LP straight line sequence this year: http://youtu.be/azKlGGypwT8?t=4m8s Jeremy Abbott's LP step sequences from last year. They were so different in tone, and worked to tell a story within the program: http://youtu.be/yFpxLImyuGY?t=1m58s http://youtu.be/yFpxLImyuGY?t=4m22s Are there any others? I'm curious.