I thought Revolution of the Daleks was great. I'd go so far as to say it was the best episode of the Chibnall era.
The Daleks actually come across like a threat here, like in the previous holiday special.
We FINALLY get a one-on-one scene with The Doctor and one of his companions and it was perhaps Ryan's best scene. We needed more of this one-on-one interaction between The Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz a lot sooner. The show has focused too much of on The Doctor treating her "fam" like a collective instead of individuals. I think her companions would have been a lot better received if they had allowed this sooner. The Doctor opening up here was a help too.
Graham wasn't given much to do but at least had some great final scenes. He is the character I will miss the most and I would have been fine with him being the sole companion for the 13th Doctor era. Was very glad Ryan made the decision to leave himself instead of, as has been noted, being another companion having to be torn apart from The Doctor kicking and screaming. While I find the decision to leave this life puzzling from so many of the companions, I like the idea of a companion doing their time with The Doctor, growing and then moving on. Besides, it looks like Ryan and Graham aren't done saving the world, which I'd love to see more of.
Yaz has been given more to do though I hope we get more focus on her, beyond being an obsessed companion. I think she'll benefit from having less companions around.
Very much enjoyed the return of Captain Jack and the fact that his rescue took decades. Great stuff with him and Yaz and I appreciated the Rose mention.
Jodie was good in this episode but the writing is still failing her Doctor. When the writing for Jo Martin's unknown Doctor is better, it's a real failing of the writing staff.