So the biggest complaint I've heard is about keeping Brody alive past his expiry point in the show. I was one of those people who thought that the show pussied out by not having him blow everyone up inside of the bunker at the conclusion of season one. The show has well made up for that with the Langely bombing as well as the mission that lead to (HUGE SPOILER) Brody's death - which redeemed him to all (the only thing that was missing was a final moment with Dana seeing how she reacted to discovering her father was a hero after-all. Like any one else I love Mandy Patinkin's Saul, and seeing him in charge was a breath of fresh air - I pray they find a way to keep him in the story moving forward 'cause losing him would easily be the show's biggest loss. I could watch a Homeland without Carrie if that came to pass - but one without Saul is just hard to imagine. It's hard to imagine how the show will reinvent itself now that it's main storyline from the beginning is more-or-less resolved. I feel confident that the freedom will allow for awesome things in the writer's room. Although I thought the same about Dexter in the aftermath of season four, and later learned that we had just seen the show's peak. Let's hope Showtime doesn't make the same mistake twice. Keep it going, by all means, if you've got story to tell - but please don't milk it. No one wants another lumberjack ending.