Once the season is over, she might want to spend some time with a consulting jump-meister coach. Even when she UR's, she is generally close to full rotation and probably needs fine-tuning more than wholesale demolition and reconstruction of her jumps. A little more height and about another 0.25 second of air time and the jumps will be consistently landed around. I'm reluctant to say that she should go 100% to another coach, mostly because I can't think of anybody suitable, her current coach is a very good one, and she likely wants to stay in the Chicago area for family and financial reasons. However, I think she might want to work with some different choreographers and think carefully about her music choices.What is going on with Bradie. She was such a sure thing, and now she gets under-rotation calls............she is behind Bell today for heaven sake.