I am among the Walt/Vic couldn't watch, eye rolling, ickier than I imagined, including the open would sex. Agree with those who got the paternal vibe from Walt to Vic, which given how pushy/controlling her own father was, seemed something that might feed into Vic's "attraction" to Walt. Heck, Walt was more paternal to Vic than he was to Cady. I am very thankful the series didn't quite end with their scenes.
I could see Henry enjoying his new job. He is a helper as much as Cady. He was so much glue to help tie so many parts together although its true that he was always in one potential life ending jam after another, lol.
I came to not dislike Nighthorse. He cut corners but not for all the things Walt thought he did. And I think he had the right goals in mind even if he thought the ends justified the means at times. But not really, as far as I could tell, in anything except finances, e.g. no murder, etc. And I really like the way Mathias developed into helping out while still keeping the edge and mistrust that kind of seems necessary.
I loved Cady/Zach. Don't really see her giving up her future to run for sheriff, and why Walt would try to saddle her with a job which so obviously she is not emotionally or otherwise fit for, makes me wonder how much he really loves her after all. He has always been kind of patronizing of what she wants, and even here saddles her with something he wants. In the end, as through the series, Cady is one of the characters that never really progressed. Always looked like a deer in the headlights because everything she started, ended up with a twist that was always too much for her to solve effectively. At least she got Zach in the end, but she might even ruin that if she ends up winning the sheriff job. And that is how all her choices seem to end for her.
I'll miss the scenery too, and the music. All in all, it was fun to watch and mostly enjoyable or interesting interactions among all the characters.
ETA: I particularly loved the title for this, as the last episode in the series too.