IMO, the LMN movie was okay as far as one on that network could be. They are the type of movies to capture the personal side (sex and relationship) NOT the criminal planning and stuff. If it had been reversed with Travis committing the crimes against Jodi, LMN would have had no problem giving all the details of the premeditation. That's just what kind of network LMN is. I've always said the story would have been better handled on HBO or Showtime. Somewhere they were not pandering to a certain audience, but could give less confused reference to how detailed Jodi was to plan and commit the crime. Overall, the actress who played Jodi did a good job. It was obvious the last few minutes were just tacked on, because unless you followed the case closely, there is no way to understand the license thing and stuff like the briefly mentioned gas cans. Frankly, I STILL don't understand the license plate thing. That scene where Jodi was sitting in the cell after the trial 'talking to Travis' was very eerie. Certainly captured the Jodi psychosis.