So I have been thinking about how the scoresheet on Worlds is trying to shift a bit away from execution and more towards difficulty. And looking at some of these jump sequences that have started to get longer and longer to increase the difficulty I thought to myself... this is not the way we want to go. A triple toe back tuck is not difficult for most level 5's. What is difficult is to do it well. Same with a kick double basket. Those two skills themselves are not difficulty, but to perform them well with a team for execution is. So jumps and baskets are execution heavy... but stunts really are not. If you really push heavy execution over difficulty you are gonna find straight up stunts done very well with low difficulty. So stunts and pyramids need to be judged more on difficulty than execution. Tumbling is a nice balance. Tumbling is equally difficulty AND execution. Before I play around with this idea, does this seem to make sense?