I wasn't as happy with the third part. They took more liberties with the actual history and to me, it was jarring. What's sad, is that the actual history was dramatic enough that there was no need to do so. The assault on the McCoy cabin wasn't totally accurate. The portrayal of Johnse continued to annoy me. Nancy McCoy Hatfield-Phillips? Inaccurate. But overall, it was compelling and interesting and beat the hell out of History Channel's usual offerings anymore. They didn't do a bad job all things considered. What a bleak ending...but the real life drama of the families was equally bleak. There were still a few flare-ups in the 1890s, I read, man, people were tough/mean back then. At the end of the piece, I sat there and thought, "Well hell, mankind is just fucking mean and cruel."