I think that was probably the nicest prop try I've seen. Beats out Phil Vickery's 2002 effort and thensome. I'd have to see it back-to-back with the Trevor Woodman try to make sure, though. I seem to recall Woodman busting out a slick sidestep, whereas Jenkins used the dummy.
I too agree with Full Back. It's also a bit fishy that the All Blacks have what is likely to be an easy match (I hate to say it, as a Canadian) as their last one before the knockout stages. All of the other big teams (except Australia) are up against someone who will wear them down a bit more (RSA vs SAM, WAL vs FIJ, ENG vs SCO, FRA vs TGA, IRE vs ITA). It kind of feels like they're being softened up for the first round. Is this the manufacturing of a NZ/Oz final?