Well, I've kind of found that I don't always have things to say about the episodes or the energy to do so, but I'll keep chipping in when they're really interesting.
This being one of them. It's just a really thought provoking concept - what if instead of prison or execution you could have your mind wiped and start afresh as someone new, and kind. For someone with remorse this could be an alluring concept.
But then we see how others are less willing to let go. This "new person" could then end up a victim. I can believe that very easily.
Also on the morality side, we have Lyta Alexander being used to force information out of minds. At first you think "well, it's ok, he's a bad guy" but that's exactly the point and exactly the type of thinking that is scary to have and that we should be avoiding. I thought they used a dangerously dark tactic here and hope it is addressed in some way in later episodes.
And then, full circle, we have the next murderer being sentenced to the same thing, and Sheridan catching himself feeling the same feelings.
Just really makes you think this one. Great stuff.