+1. We've got a lot of posters who rely almost exclusively on TV and internet (like the Galway lads and @croppy_boy) and probably haven't seen O'Connor play in the flesh more than once or twice.
He relies almost totally on players bursting through the middle (O'Shea and marauding defenders usually) and Andy Moran's outstanding and unselfish movement. O'Connor generally looks for a handpass or comes on a basic wrap around when the defensive attention is diverted to these other players who have actually won the hard possession (e.g. equaliser in AIF last year) but nobody has questioned his accuracy.
He's a very good shooter and free taker but his movement and pace is below average. He's also weak on his left foot as the poor point attempt which hit the bar on Sunday showed.
He spends large parts of games completely stationary, standing behind his man and pointing / gesticulating at the man in possession to recycle the ball or take it in another direction. He's completely the opposite of Stephen O'Neill whose movement was exemplary.