I've enjoyed the last two episodes and both tied nicely together...
It was nice to see some good space action, and to see some kind of strategy going on what with the Cruiser rolling over to draw in the Frigates. I liked that this tactic was pulled directly from EU sources too, from the Thrawn Trilogy... That was a nice nod to probably the best EU material out there.
I thought Ahsoka's plight was nice, but her acting was meh, so it sort of diminished a little of the "feeling". I liked the action though, and seeing the V-19's getting a little bit of action early on since they're largely left out of things at times.
I thought then this last episode was interesting. HEavy artillery proving what it could do against landing craft was neat, and why you can't just land when/where you want to all the time. Things like that flesh out how combat in SW works... Same as Cristophsis fleshes out siege warfare and whatnot. It's interesting stuff.
The Clones side-story was nice and showed maybe a hint that some Clones think dramatically different than others, and they're not all the same, yada yada yada... It leaves that opening that some didn't turn on the Jedi and whatnot.
I liked seeing the EMP grenades you use in Republic Commando getting used for the first time in the toon to minimize collateral damage too. Pretty neat stuff.
All in all, I'm really digging this storyline so far, and I'm anxious for the next two episodes (are the next two part of the storyline, or just the next one, and the last episode is stand-alone?). Oh and it was nice to just see Cody/Kenobi for once too. No Ani/Ahsoka duo... I like seeing Kenobi and his troops alone sometimes, or a new Jedi (Windu) will be nice too... Anakin/Ahsoka are too often the focus I feel.