Mr.BishopBoth of you, rank your top 3.
Overall Impression counts for the most. How much you liked it, style, wow factor.
Creative use of terrain/features after that - balance equally with tech.
Finally a small portion of it should be about how quality the filming/editing is.
Rank top 3 - GO!
For the reasons you listed, Will takes the win for me. He hugely innovated, executed very technically challenging tricks, went fairly large, and played in to the varied, "urban" nature of his surroundings/features very well.
Overall impression wise, Tom Wallisch's really didn't do it for me in terms of visceral impact. I blame the extreme smoothness and cleanliness with which he skied and with which the edit was put together, as well as the somewhat uninspiring music. However, in terms of urban skiing ability and demonstrating the sport at its topmost levels, Wally takes second for me.
Third for me is Clayton, rounding out the roster of one creative, tech, and high-impact urban skier each. Clayton went big. I mean, big. He also had some solid tech and took the wow card far and away.
The bottom three go Ahmet, JF, and finally Cam.
First impression/impact of edit/initial "like": Clayton, Ahmet, Will, Tom, JF, Cam
Style: Ahmet, Tom, Clayton, Will, Cam, JF
Wow: Clayton, JF, Tom, Will, Cam, Ahmet
Innovation/Creativity: Will, Ahmet, Clayton, JF, Cam, Tom
Going big: Clayton, Tom, JF, Cam, Ahmet, Will
"Embodying the practice of urban skiing," if you will: Tom, Will, Cam, Ahmet, Clayton, JF