Absolutely frakking excellent. I figured they were going to end up finding Earth in our past--showing up in our present would have been cheesy as hell, as Galactica 1980 already showed us, and it would have been really hard to convincingly pull off showing the fleet arriving in our future. The whole first half was just intense and exciting the whole way through. While they didn't explicitly tell us what Kara was, as soon as she vanished I figured she must have been an angel, sent by God to see humanity to Earth. The human Kara Thrace we knew from the Miniseries was dead. Her father wasn't a Cylon, and neither was her mother. She was simply chosen by God to lead humanity to its end--which she did. As soon as the survivors began to breed with the prehistoric humans on Earth, both species came to an end and created a new kind of human: us. I do think it was a little too easy that there wasn't any disagreement on the whole "let's abandon our technology and start anew" issue, but I suppose if I'd just gone through four years of hell because my ancestors were unwilling to break the cycle of destruction, I might have gone with the idea, too. I wish they'd used Bob Dylan's version of "All Along the Watchtower" at the end. His was the first, and Hendrix's is overplayed (still awesome, though, of course). Farewell, BSG. While you had a rough patch there in the latter half, you were still one of the finest shows I've had the pleasure of watching.