On that note, I will go me me me also - I just watched the final episode last night. And since we all enjoy continent-wide military grand strategy, here is my vital thought. I thought it suffered from what I call Star Trek Writer Syndrome. In Star Trek, whenever the plot paints the characters into a corner, the writers just deploy their omnipotence and have Spock say: “I will re-modulate the Tri-corder” or Jeordi say “I will re-configure the Deflector Array” (whatever those are). Then, plot problem solved, cheaply, and eventually, boring-ly.
In Game of Thrones, I think they should have made the CGI armies a little bigger on-screen. So then they could have had a little more support for what I noticed at the end: the armies were of infinite size. No matter how many battles the Unsullied fought in, there was still “thousands” of them. Casualties were always light, I guess. At least the Night King had a clear source of recruits, even if no other force did.
I liked the various set-ups for a sequel, though this seems unlikely. One they did not mention was that the Iron Bank was probably going to want it’s money...