The end to Daenerys's journey was not what I expected, and yes, there were missteps in how she was sometimes portrayed (the whole Mhysa thing), but I loved the character. She was bad ass and fierce. She had a fabulous wardrobe and awesome children. So, yes, she is still one of my favorites. It would have been nice if Jon could have overcome the "she's my aunt thing." (Yeah, it's incest, but so was Jaime and Cersei and they were a helluva lot closer than Jon and Dany. Besides, it's fiction, so I can roll with it.) It would have been nice if they could have really been fire and ice ruling together, but I accept what went down. I have no choice.
You have said everything I wanted to say about Bronn. Regarding Sansa...she "became completely unlikable?" I've always found her unlikable. She was a liar and a sneak right up to the end.
I think this is going to be my last post in this thread. Game of Thrones may have had its problems, but it was still the most entertaining work of fantasy I've seen since Lord of the Rings. It was beautiful to look at, beautifully acted and beautifully scored. My hat is off to the cast, crew, designers, make up artists, and everyone else behind this series. I'm sorry some people are so upset about Season 8 and the finale. I'm gonna just stay in my happy place and move on to the next "new" thing. Oh, one more thing. I've ragged on Sansa for 8 seasons, but Sophie Turner seems to be a lovely person. I hope everyone in the cast (especially the young-uns) continue to work and grow in their craft, but even if they don't they're pretty much set for life, so I guess it's all good. Valar Morghulis.