My enjoyment was marred by too many what the... moments. Not the least of which was Kora's Swiss army knife power. From being a danger to herself and others it only took a "you only need to lose control" pep-talk and some of that proverbial shoot the tin cans off the fence post practice and she can not only burn a man's face nearly off or shoot a hole through someone but she can trip all the breakers in the Lighthouse by aiming a blast at the wall and then boost a radio signal (not drown out or disrupt it but boost it) by blasting the walls of a spaceship this time and then go on to resuscitate someone who's been killed by being at ground zero of an explosion that blew up an entire spaceship then undergoing flash-freezing and explosive decompression. Sure, show, why not? (maybe I should just accept that she's a reality-warper who doesn't quite yet realize it).
Then that same exploding spaceship somehow caused a chain-reaction of ship-destroying explosions in all the other Chronicom ships. Sure, show, why stop now?
And all they needed to do to call off the invasion was to give the Chronicoms some feels. Sure, show, resistance is futile.
On the plus side, I got the biggest chuckle out of Deke's impression of Fitz.