Right on, the reinvented BSG was epic. The only thing I didn't like was the end, it was too dark and sad for me. Yes the end brought a tear to my eyes, though it was pretentious as covalesky said. Throughout the series the writers did a perfect job putting the lives of the crew together, building them up, taring them down, just to build them up again. That relation with everyday life is spot on, I mean we live our lives screwing up and somehow we survive, I should be dead or locked up after all the stupid, reckless crap I've done, yet I'm still alive and free. Just like on BSG, I question that, I wonder is there some divine power cheering me on, getting me out of trouble, saving my life, giving me opportunities I don't deserve, or am I just one heck of a luck SOB, on my own, living til I dead?