Hahahah the only thing that really “disturbed” me was being unimpressed with Walton Goggins’ acting, and I mostly exaggerated that because I like him so much.
As far as your spoiler: I think this is one of the reasons Breaking Bad is a lesser show than The Shield. Vince Gilligan believed in a moral universe, and Walter’s death is ultimately the universe condemning him. (And because he is able to admit the truth about what he did and why, he gets a little win at the end.) Vic’s final fate is not the universe or any outside force judging him; it’s entirely what he brought on himself, and moreso it’s exactly what he wanted– he just didn’t know the cost. (Note the difference, too, that despite confessing to what he’d done and nailing Beltran, there is no redemptive moment or win for Vic. Olivia at ICE, and the cops at the Barn, know exactly who he is now, and it’s clear there’s no coming back from that with them.)