Not sure what you wanted me to judge, but here's my toonie's worth of opinion. Krylova's Carmen is electric and strong. None of this "ohhhh, I soooooooooooooo in love" BS for her. She sees what she wants and she goes after it. I see some parallels with V/M's take on it, like the going crazy part and how both ended with Carmen seemingly the victor. And as the story supposedly goes, at that point, she was. I see that both of these teams decided to not take the story to it's apparent conclusion. Doesn't make it wrong, only different. Different isn't always a bad thing. One thing I did notice was the number of stoppages in the dance -- time to catch one's breath, perhaps, given how fast they moved across the ice. Stoppages was something you didn't see in V/M's version. Tessa & Scott were always moving, always performing, doing so quickly and incorporating a great deal of difficulty. It's too bad they were not really rewarded with it. Listening to old Dickie -- his comments were quite funny. He didn't like it because it wasn't the "usual" Carmen. He found her to be OTT in her expression although he did say her face was riveting. I don't think he meant it as a compliment. I wonder what he thought of V/M's take on Carmen which was less OTT yet more seductive.