I think that there is a better dynamic in this show, between characters and actors and the story line and the characters, than there is in a lot of other crime fighting units on television: Law and Order SVU, Bones, Criminal minds, etc. There is nothing wrong with these shows; however, Hawaii five-O doesn't make the characters out to be crime fighting robots like those shows and a few others do. The show gives the characters a human side with out it appearing as if that were just thrown in to the script as an after thought. There is a relationship that develops over the course of the show, development that viewers actually can see between the characters and that gives them more depth(They don't hop from A to F leaving you lost as to how these two people even met let alone got married.). I can defiantly say for sure that I have found a regular show. Oh also, the actor who plays Steve, who has also been on a couple of show that aired on CBS, has finally found the perfect role. This guy plays the role of the socially impaired solider very well. That's also part of what makes the show funny, he makes those socially awkward moments more awkward than they need to be. I have purchased all the episodes from all three seasons so far. I would recommend people watch this show.