It was awesome. I think privatised space travel is the way ahead. I'm not totally sure, but aren't the current plans for an orbiting moon station next?
It was an excitingly uneventful launch, and my heart was racing the whole time! Just a little vexed when the video cut out a couple seconds before the first stage stuck its landing,and then cut back in a couple seconds after with smoke still clearing. Oh well.
In the back of my head there is always the suspicion that they do on purpose so that they can hold off on releasing crash footage
Dude, they aren't a TLA or something. They don't keep their failures a secret. They let things blow up and crash, and let you see it happen. Their Starship has blown up like four times on live camera, for pity's sake.