George, we can but I doubt any of our guys were there and if so, I'd doubt they would engage into much backseat quarterbacking which usually ensues after a crash like this. Fact is that there are lots of airplanes piloted by lots of different pilots at events such as JC. Proper pattern and performance planning are key to operations on fields like this. Add to that the pressure of basically having every single approach and landing watched and critiqued by peers. The mix can be too much. An early go around isn't as shameful as being trapped in a wreck, waiting to be cut out.
All in all it looks like a pretty good outcome, considering what could have happened.
Maybe someone else has other ideas or pointers.