In 2007 Cedar Wright and Renan Ozturk made an alpine-style FA of the 2,500-foot Northern Cat’s Ear Spire, the last unclimbed spire in the Great Trango Group. In the process he realized a thing or two about "style."
Tactics such as fixed lines left in place, pre-stashing gear, jugger support (a partner jumaring to belay), and rappel rehearsal against traffic flow are often not acknowledged in social posts and news reports.
Just who climbs a route first is nuanced, and with big money at stake the lines between success and failure have gotten fuzzier.
Climbing is supposedly about soul, but nothing beats beating everyone at their own game, and that's why we invented style.