Finally, finally the series is over. Let me just start out by saying I am a fan of Brandon Sanderson's other works. I think he does a great job telling a story, and moving the pace along. I think of him as more of a trilogy writer as opposed to the more expansive epics that Jordan and Martin have popularized ($$$$).
That being said, he took on an impossible task of wrangling the plot threads that have been tangling and dangling for over 20 years and produced a satisfying conclusion. He didn't (and couldn't) resolve all the threads in this book, but the big finish is there, and I find it satisfying. Opinions will vary, but I think those who remember the misery of those middle books clearly will be glad to get to AN ending.
I'm curious to see if he will return to WoT in the future to cover some of the fallout/omissions, but I can say THANK YOU from all the folks who started this series in the early '90s and didn't think we'd ever see Tarmon Gai'don.