For a LOST fan, this was the most satisfying and heartbreakingly beautiful ending that gave closure but did not end the conversation.Great art doesn't spoon-feed answers, great art asks great questions and lets the listener, watcher, participant apply their own conclusions. I love the way LOST ended because the show lives on as we can debate the questions we still have. LOST gave us the themes to lead us to the correct answers...big ideas like "Live Together, Die Alone", "Whatever Happened, Happened", "There's Always a Choice", "..."It's a place where miracles Happen", and on and on. These are clues that allow you to debate some of the dangling mysteries within the parameters and rules the show has set up for us and leads us to be able to answer all the questions on our own, (and in heated debates with friends.) To definitively answer everything would have killed the conversation. Whether or not you like that is dependent on what your expectations were and how you watched and understood the show, but I believe that leaving it open to interpretation was all intentional and actually serves the story and the true fan much better, it includes us and trusts us to come up with some great theories and after all, isn't that what this show has always been about? Because once you put a ceiling on it, like explaining what "the island" is or the light "source", what happens is that it diminishes the possibilities and takes away the powerful concepts. Kinda like George Lucas over-explaining "the force"...it made it stupid where before it felt mysterious and cool. So we were left with the characters and the amazing closure we got with them after the end of all things in their journey's together. An epic adventure tale that continues to baffle and inspire debate. Bravo!