Yep I liked it too.
A lot of the “alternate” endings wouldn’t have given any closure (e.g. Jon riding Drogon and becoming King which he didn’t want), or would have been too happy ending (Jon & Dany co-ruling) which isn’t what the show promised.
And people have to remember that this was always an unpredictable fantasy, but not a fantasy in the usual sense. Many deaths weren’t glorious, the surprise/unknown royal bloodline didn’t predict the outcome, not all prophecies eventuated, people or power wasn’t pure good or pure evil, characters were flawed and multi-dimensional.
Sometimes I wonder if a lot of the hate has been led by know-it-all youtubers who just try and make a living out of being smarter than everyone else, and like footy journos they have to have a controversial headline.
The whole series has been “unrealistic”, people arguing about how smart Drogon was (and his views on hereditary monarchies) is a testament to how good the show was, yet those same people are claiming the show was terrible. The writers didn’t HAVE to put Drogon it that scene, but they did and I’m grateful.