My thoughts (apologies if it's lacking coherence): Pretty good episode and a pretty good arc overall. Not as good as the Nightsisters, Mortis, Umbara, Obi-Wan Undercover or Return of Maul storylines, but still enjoyable; certainly moreso than the political stuff in Season 3 and pre-Umbara episodes of Season 4. Having the Jedi and Rex take a step back and interfere less was a nice departure from the typical Jedi and clone action we've known (and enjoyed, but variety is always good) and allows these rebels a chance to shine. I'm glad that the rebels aren't so naïve to think that simply taking down King Rash will solve everything; they realize that they need the people of Onderon's support and trust, otherwise they will be seen as terrorists. Another armed occupation is not a free Onderon, to paraphrase another resistance fighter in the show. The character interaction was handled very well, in my opinion; they didn't hit us over the head with it to where it bogged the episode down, but they didn't completely ignore it, either. Lux and Saw were established as rivals at the start of the first episode, but they grew to become comrades and brothers in arms throughout this campaign. Saw and Steela were revealed to be siblings in the end of the second episode, and whilst Saw was visibly displeased at the appointment of Steela as the leader then, he recognized his sister's ability to lead and fight, reconciled with her, and visibly mourned her death and blamed himself for it. This also served as development for both Lux and Ahsoka. After being unsure of his allegiance for the last two seasons, seeing Ahsoka in action here inspired him to become a Senator (like his mother before him) and join the Republic. Ahsoka being reunited with Lux caused her teenage hormones to rage, which, coupled with Steela's obvious attraction to him, caused her to lose her focus. By the last episode, however, I think Ahsoka's mind has been cleared. She wasn't upset when Steela grabbed Lux away for a kiss; in fact, she seemed happy for him, giving him a playful punch on the arm. Voice acting was pretty solid: Andrew Kishino and Dawn-Lyen Gardner have certainly made their marks on the Star Wars universe as the Gerrera siblings. Jason Spisak is someone I've grown to like as a VA over the last year, so hearing him as Lux is always a joy for me. Ashley Eckstein is awesome, as always, as Ahsoka. A surprising VA appearance was anime veteran Kirk Thornton as King Rash (I swear, if Steven Blum, Crispin Freeman, Johnny Yong Bosh, Yuri Lowenthal or Travis Willingham appear in The Clone Wars, my head will explode), and he was great as the thorn in both Onderon and Dooku's sides. Gregg Berger and David Kaye were great as the two generals; I've seen some people say that the droid and Gregg Berger were wasted and whilst I don't disagree with them, I liked that Tandin realized his errors for siding with Onderon's Rash (see what I did there?) and joined the rebels. Plus, I've been a fan of David Kaye for some time, going back to his role as Professor Charles Xavier in X-Men: Evolution (and I heard a little bit of Charles in Tandin, which made me smile), which I watched when I was a kid, whilst I had no idea Gregg Berger existed until a couple of months ago. Although Dave posted a FB pic of a recent episode recording over the summer of which Gregg Berger was a part of, so I don't think we've seen the last of him in the show. On a minor note, I did like Nika Futterman as Dono, the rebel who was tailing Saw in the last episode, and was a little sad when she died in the last episode, even though we didn't really get to know her. And speaking of casualties, alas, poor Steela Gerrera. In an ideal world, Onderon would have been reclaimed with no casualties, and Steela and Dono would be standing alongside Ahsoka, Lux, Saw, and Dendup in front of the cheering citizens. But this is not the case, and every conflict has consequences. Dono was shot by an SBD trying to save Dendup, and it did not go to vain; Dendup was rescued and he encouraged the citizens of Onderon to turn against its Rash. So, in that sense, Dono had a good death. I wish I could say the same for Steela. Her death was literally an afterthought; after the last gunship was taken down and the battle was supposedly over. Hanging from the edge of a cliff with a slim chance of being able to climb back up. Ahsoka to the rescue! Use the Force, Snips! She's pulling her back, looks like she's gonna make it! Nope; "BANG!" goes the droid gunship, Ahsoka loses concentration, Steela falls (from a greater height than before, I might add), thud, death. It was most likely not the death Steela would have wanted; she probably would've rather died being shot to death by the droids, like Dono. This shows that not everyone who dies in a war dies in a blazing fireball of glory, so to speak. That being said, it was tragic, especially seeing the sadness in everyone's faces, most notably Saw, Lux, and Ahsoka. It was made even worse by giving us a glimmer of hope that Ahsoka might save her, but, alas, this was not the case. RIP Steela, we hardly knew ye. Well, actually, we knew ye fairly well, only for you to be taken away from us. Filoni, you sadistic bastard. You follow the steps of your master well...a little too well, methinks.