We just finished our first comp of the season, a 2-day comp with Summit bids. Our team wasn't close to a bid, and shouldn't have been, so that is not what this is about. The team with the highest score in the entire competition (scored a 98!) was a level 3 team of 7 kids. The team was very clean and good creativity for what you can do with 7 kids. But 7 kids means only 1 flyer for all stunts, and the pyramid was basically one flyer and another kid sitting on a base's shoulders. This probably checks all of the boxes for scoring, but I hope this doesn't become a trend or strategy for teams in the future. It just seems like there should be some benefit of having multiple stunts to worry about stunt timing, synchronization, ripple effects, etc. Obviously if you can score 98 with one stunt group, there is no downside, so why would a team take chances on building a larger team and risk deductions related to timing? The one aspect I do like about the International Divisions is that mandatory team size range of 16-24 kids. It makes the comparison for scoring much easier. Maybe D1 teams should have a higher minimum size than 5?