Yes, I finally got Infinite Crisis 3 and read it. The art was stunning. I just want to get that out of the way. That's how Diana is supposed to look. And the emotion on all the faces.... just wonderful.
A lot was covered here, going back and forth among a few groups of characters, tying things together as the story moves forward in an ever-complex fashion. Clearly, there are plenty of surprises to come, with some already hinted at. And clearly, there's more to the first Crisis Earth 2 survivors than we've been told. Fav moment: Supes of Earth 2 telling Bats of what was Earth 1 that the Dick Grayson of Earth 2 isn't as good a man as the one Bats knows. I like that Bruce asked as much as I liked the answer.
One nitpick. Either someothing major occurred in the Aquaman book I don't read, or Tempest's kid had a sex change operation, because Tempest tells Dolphin to get their daughter out of there and I could've sworn they had a son, though I was pleased Johns (or someone) remembered he is a father.
I never really read Crisis on Infinite Earths. I skimmed and had planned to read it straight through when done, then saw Supergirl killed and never bothered reading the hated thing. This time, I'm trying to keep a more open mind and accept the change. I like to think I'm more grown up now and as a writer (aspiring to pro publication), I understand the creative urge to stir things up, remake the universe, etc. All I ask is that they do it well. And that Roy Harper survives. I do have limits re: what I can accept.