An overrated skater doesn't have to be one that is at the top of the standings. It's really hard for a skater to be overmarked on the total elements score (at least for the most part, as long as the judges don't get +2 and +3 crazy), so yes it mostly comes down to their components, as I mentioned. Van der Perren skates right through his music most of the time and showcases mostly crossovers and simple two-foot skating throughout his programs. Voronov's basics are extremely weak and I don't find his choreography that strong, either. If I were a judge, their components would be in the 5.00-low 6.00 range, if that. Most judges refuse to fluctuate or move components down when the technical score is somewhat high. That needs to change!