Well, I'll start with the positives: 1. With the exception of Natalia, obviously, screen time felt fairly even. If Horatio + Frank + Tom + 5 CSIs (Walter, Calleigh, Eric, Ryan, Sam) is the most they can handle with regards to giving fair screen time, I think it's a sign that Sam needs to go. I'm not big on Natalia (nothing against Eva LaRue, I'm sure she's a lovely person), so for me she could also go, but in fairness, she has been there for 6 seasons and logically, it would be best to cut Sam if they were to cut a CSI. 2. Nice to see Calleigh dispensing the wisdom instead of Horatio at the end of an episode. I think the current writers are pretty bad at writing female characters, but it's nice to know that at least some of the Calleigh I fell in love with in the earlier seasons is still there. Other than that, I felt the episode was pretty dull. Guest stars were good, but the plot was really lacking. I see what they were aiming to do with the episode, but they executed it very poorly. It could've been a decent episode if they made a smoother transition from "victim was killed by someone with a business/personal motive" to "interesting web of unrelated crimes are solved and people are saved because of victim being a Good Samaritan". It was too disjointed for me to think of it as a good episode.