Season Seven had everyone hooked with the return of Daniel Jackson, a favorite of most fans. Fallen and Homecoming lacked the emotional depth it could have had, but as on the commentary writers agreed and pointed this out themselves, I tend to be more forgiving this time around. The loss of General Hammond was sad, though perhaps time. The loss of Janet Fraiser was handled very well, though again, it was sad to see.
The only true complaint would be the difference we see in the friendship between Daniel and Jack. For this season, it appears that they truly are merely work collegues. Daniel's return and battle to regain his memories was met with stoicsm befitting Lurch from the Adams Family.
It was good to see the characters have a life outside the SGC, and get a chance to watch them evolve a little. The overall season did well.
Individual episodes, however, are for the most part, well, pretty boring. Any praise this season earns is based on the overall effect.
Fallen, Homecoming, Grace, Evolution 1&2, and Heroes 1&2 are the best.
Finally, I feel that although the episode itself fell short of being brillant, I must add a tribute to Michael Shanks for his performance in Lifeboat, and how, as an actor, he handled the different roles.
And last but not least... good-bye, Little Napoleon. We will miss you!