I don't have much to say on the Boomer-Baltar redemption/justice debate, except that in real life, sometimes good things happen to bad people. All evil-doers don't get their comeuppance. I am therefore fine with how the writers chose to conclude those arcs. Hell, if Baltar can still be standing in the general populace after New Caprica, anything is possible. A couple of unrelated thoughts: - When Adama was explaining to Laura what the Five were about to do, connecting in the water and putting together the resurrection tech and such, I so wanted him to say, "and a lot of other technobabble that I don't understand." - I can buy the "higher power" and the head-people and all. But it was hard to swallow that nuKara was just an angel or head-person with a body or whatever. She had too much of a personal journey after her resurrection for that to make any sense. They could easily have provided a more plausible scenario without even any extra dialogue. When she put her hand in the water of Sam's vat, if they had flashed some scenes, like she was sharing knowledge with him like the others did, and thrown in some glowing crystalline shapes and Kara all in white... it would have been a tie to the TOS ship of lights (getting big points from fans), and in just a couple of flashes explained where her revived body and shiny new viper came from. Her disappearance at the end would then have been taken as her purpose was complete and she was finally allowed to move on. - The sudden bohemian shift didn't make sense. These people have been all about preserving their culture and not forgetting. Then because Lee Adama gets a green thought up his butt, they all become cave people? - The coda just didn't feel right. What did it add but 3 ounces of cutesy? We already knew the Galacticans landed on primeval Earth. Did putting a number of years on it add anything? Did saying God doesn't like to be called God add anything but some snark? Was a warning about AIs really necessary? No to all. It should have ended with the long shot on Adama.