Yeah, I'm with you on the minor stuff. If we have to have these stories about monsters of the week (which I wish could REALLY be explored more, since we're basically only seeing half the story a lot of the time, like when we had Edison and Tesla in episode 2 but Tesla was only really "there" if you understood) and then the victims, who have actually genuinely interesting stuff like the neighborhood plot, it'd be nice to have stuff done with it. To the show's credit, I've gone back a bit and they were foreshadowing the guy in the hat giving the victim of the week the push towards certain historical figures all the way back in episode 2, so I'll give it credit towards the overarching plot (this was one line that they'll probably use in a flashback later), but it still seems so-so right now. As for the BGM... I dunno. Some of it I really like, some if seems out of place. It's weird. I don't dislike it... I think? It doesn't feel as connected as other shows have, though - like Drive, Gaim, Wizard (loved Wizard's), and OOO all felt like they had a real theme going for them, but Ghost's feels all over the place with a couple of its tracks - though, and I need to check, maybe if some of the forms having specific tracks for them, that might be why? A soundtrack trying to accommodate heroes from Japan, Europe, and America would obviously sound equally all over the place. Uh, hey, I'm pretty sure this should be under a spoiler? Because, uh, yeah. That's kinda of a big one!