I think I was a bit too optimistic in voting 4... But I think it's a safe bet that he'll be on the podium in every competition he enters from now on. For the future, I honestly see him as the top dog and other people will, on different occassions, challenge him (unless if Fernandez gets his ass into gear to become a consistent threat). It's Hanyu vs. the rest, really. The thing is, he has the BV, the GOE, and honestly, his SS+TR are pretty much at the top of the field now that Chan is gone (minus Kozuka). He also knows how to peak at the right times. He gets his crappy performances out during the GPS and is usually top-form for GPF, Nationals, and Worlds. Assuming he's in decent physical condition (not like the crappy state he was in for 2012-2013, where he still put out solid performances despite being sick like a dog and injured)... I think he's pretty much in control of his own destiny. Crazy to say about a 19 year old, but that's Hanyu.