Not sure I'm happy with all these "modern" SPs choreographed by Bourne this season... A welcome respite from warhorses, perhaps, but this might be a monotony on its own. Moreover, I don't believe we'll be seeing any particular artistic depth from any of these.
Richaud's choreography can be hit and miss, but hopefully we'll see some amount of personality from his undertakings this season. Sakamoto's much maligned Amelie LP had that.
Buttle's done some good work, of course, and I'd love to see more of him next season. In general, though, this is already highlighting the problem skating community has all of its own, with the talent pool restricted to such a small group of choreographers. Hopefully more step up, and hopefully we see more help from the dance world.
Kind of sad so few are with Lori. I know she's unpopular amongst the fandom, but what she does so brilliantly is to incorporate the natural body line, the positions skaters take during jump entries and exits, the subtle changes of axes to the music etc. into the program, so much attention to the composition of the music itself. When she gets skaters who can work with her and carry it off (Asada, S/H, for instance), or has taken the time to develop this, it can look good.