So I finished Turn A Gundam, and I must say it is very narrowly my favorite entry in the series (right in front of Zeta). I liked how different it was in the art and storytelling aspects, while still retaining enough aspects to serve as a nice capstone for the series as a whole. Also, Yoko Kanno's scoring was simply beautiful and carried the story very well; Syd Mead's designs for the mechs themselves were simply brilliant, if radically opposed in style to the shows preceding it. Heck, even the titular mech, while still easily identifiable as a Gundam, is radically different with its more rounded, elegant design and spindly limbs. Overall, even though it's a bit old and rather long, I'd heartily recommend this series to anyone. With one caveat however - a viewer without at least a passing familiarity with the Gundam franchise will not get everything out of this show, though not to the point of ruining the viewing experience.