Your teams stands out as being able to improve very quickly between performances, and I think it’s a testament to your style that you were able to make formations look this good despite roster switches. Even though many of my comments relate to formational mistakes, I think that you all commit to daring movement on stage and mistakes are just a result of stepping up the standard for movement. From Mayhem, the biggest area to improve was energy, and I think you really stepped it up to where it needed to be. Opening was effective with the darkness of McFarlin (next level), and the cascade move at 0:44 (RGBTV timestamps) really hit. The energy overall was stepped up in the way it needed to be – but be sure that it doesn’t affect line hitting like at 0:59. The formational movement at 1:30 really showcased full stage use in a way that many teams don’t get to – I hope to see that in future sets, too. Girls’ solo was really good, and I don’t really have anything to fix from it. Except to maybe add more energy to glides as the boys reenter stage. Watch vertical positioning for the line at 3:05 – it can be cleaned up a fair bit. Spacing for “let me take a selfie” seemed off with the front two girls having too distance from the back of the V and the back girl stage right being out of line. Boys’ solo sync wasn’t at the level of the girls, but the energy was great and I wondered if you had added the dandiyo hits into the mix because of clearly and crisply they sounded. Formation at 4:49 has a bit off as far as the boys go, but I really liked it otherwise. I liked the fixes to girls’ swinging arms. During the second to last song, I noticed that cleanliness went down (pretty normal), but that it was predominantly because people were doing “pickups” to beats – arms would move slightly up as the dancer prepped to swing down. Arm straightness was an issue for girls throughout this segment, but was most noticeable at 5:48. I wasn’t the clearest on what the last gimmick was (Instagram?), but it still managed to end the set nicely. A lot of teams could get valuable insight from how your mix communicates theme without breaking beat in a way that maximizes the flow and natural progression of the set. Congratulations on a well-earned placing, and I cannot wait to see what you all bring next year!