Well, according to grade, this conclusion should suit most people a lot more than the conclusion of Sopranos.
What's to miss, right? Everyone is happy, everyone's alive, everyone gets what they want.
Man, it stinks to high heaven of compromising to the highest degree. It was painful to watch the last few episodes - the stoic image of Simon standing up for his completely idiotic move; Tom, absolutely wrought with pain still managing time and time again to have incredibly insightful and intelligent repartes with the army guy.
I LOVED Sorkin's pretentious but righteous stuff in West Wing - it fit there. In Studio 60 it's just apallingly out of place.
This last episode was like watering down a potentially good glass of wine to hand it out to as many people as possible.
Good riddance to what was not so long ago a show with highest expectations on TV.