This show has just about everything right. I've never been a SEAL but, I have served on an SF Team and they've nailed it. The tactics, the personalities, the family interactions, the missions, even the music. I watch and think man that guys just like so and so, or that guy's just like T.L. I mean they nailed the personalities, they're identical to guys I served with in the Marines or later in SF. In the later episodes I even think I've come to understand why I have certain character flaws and idiosyncrasies. I don't remember which episode it was but, it got me to thinking of music we'd use to get up for a mission. We used to, as a team, listen to Led Zepplin's "No Quarter" to get pumped before inserting on a mission both by helo or parachute. It was always put on so it would end when you got to about the 5 minutes out point. I used to play it when taking the boys on night time, what they called "Park" missions when they were little. The older son remembered it and his unit used the "Tool" version when they were headed out on missions in Iraq. Zepplin got it right, when you "Walk side by side with death the devil mocks your every step".