Hey, no probs!
Yeah, it’s definitely not perfect (I’ve never really been one for completely perfect stories though; they don’t really give me anything to chew on afterwards), and there are a few things that did bug me, like Yukiho’s arc, or the really flimsy excuse for having mecha being that Japan was still demilitarized, to say nothing of the fact that it seems like they take care of ALL the drops anyways? Not just ones that are going to hit Japan?
All in all, I was p OK with some of the lore stuff that didn’t get answered, but again, I prefer open-ended over resolved most of the time anyways. (I’ve been doing some intense worldbuilding for the past 10 years and I feel like erring on the side of ambiguous isn’t as much of a rookie mistake as some people make it out to be.) Like, I really enjoyed never finding out what the idol aliens were, or why they could manipulate gravity fields. Explaining that stuff would have been a buzzkill for me.
IMO, tho, a solid 8.5/10, with good pacing, characterization, and a damn good conclusion for only being a couple dozen episodes.
GLAD SOMEONE ELSE WATCHED IT *w*