As I mentioned in the Shoutbox, I want to like the AJ/Kaitlyn feud, but the way it is progressing looks too predictable and unconvincing.
Ryback was made to look weak by having him demand the referee stop the match. I'm not sure that was a wise direction to go in for his character.
The interactions with the McMahons, Triple H, Vickie Guerrero, and Brad Maddox I would assume is going to lead to Vickie getting fired as the Managing Supervisor of Raw.
Good to see Dolph Ziggler back in action, but it was sad that it was Ziggler's match that the crowd used to attempt to imitate the crowd from the Raw after WrestleMania.
WWE is always great at the video packages they produce, but I was surprised that a Sting one was included - for the obvious reason of him being in TNA, so I would have thought that they would avoid mentioning him (with that said, it obviously didn't stop mentions of Hulk Hogan either).
I liked seeing Fandango back in the ring, but I have no interest in anything involving Sheamus. Sadly, I would assume from the count-out victory that they probably intend on a feud between the two. Does Jerry "The King" Lawler have to keep calling Summer Rae "Mrs. Fandango" though? He is always corrected and the fact that he continues saying it is not funny in any way.
I had no interest in John Cena as usual, but I'd like to think that his match with Mark Henry at Money In The Bank will result in a Henry victory and courtesy run before an actual retirement.