I nodded off during the middle of the film, more from being tired than disinterest. So I'll have to watch it again to give a fuller review. I had a question though. When Cavil was talking to Boomer, was she in some type of trance? Did he have the ability to put her in a trance? Or was she blocking out the unpleasant Cylon memories/side of her personality on her own? Oh what the heck...here's my two cents. From what I did see, I enjoyed it. I don't think its essential viewing and it does get a little confusing jumping from scene to scene, especially if you haven't seen the first and second seasons in a long while, like I haven't. Though it was cool to see some of the unexplained things that happened on the show, like who Six was talking to on Caprica in the pilot, wound up being answered by the film. I also like the expanded role for Simon. He was one of the most neglected Cylons during the show's run. Good he got some face time here, and an interesting plotline. Did his wife ever show up again, in Seasons 4.0/4.5? She was pretty hot. I'm a little disappointed that they didn't do much with Tori. Also, Leoben didn't seem to do much except listen in on Starbuck's transmissions. I do like the interaction between the Cylons, particularly Cavil's disdain for the Doral model. And I thought Ellen looked great in that little red dress. One thing that bothered me was that the Cylon Centurions looked different. Leaner and more shiny than on the show. I liked the other ones better.