I'm still finding it is well acted and looks terrific, but I have too issues with episode 3:
* too horsey;
* this show is starting to trigger my "why does Hollywood add so many splattery bullet-to-the-head shots in entertainment now?" complaint. In fact, they are putting a lot of blood sprays in many shooting scenes - I really suspect that this is caused by contamination from video gaming aesthetics. I have no way of checking this, but I very much doubt that in the 19th century, there was much to be seen by way of blood spray from your average bullet wound, at least to the body. But because people are used to seeing huge blood sprays from any bullet wound in video games, they are inserting it in all shows now.