Lost On Lost
Yes, I too would have liked more concrete answers, and yet I found the finale extremely satisfying - and that dichotomy somehow feels right given this show in particular.
But at least two other sources have compiled lists of what they REALLY wish had been addressed. The second one is a video, and at least half the things are sort of silly or actually were answered, but it's a good exercise and another way to keep thinking about what I consider one of the better shows on TV, ever.
Here's a great list from Geekscape, and a sample:
Oh boy. So there’s this magic donkey wheel underground that for some reason causes the area around it to experience sub-zero temperatures, and turning the wheel not only moves the island through space and time but teleports the person who actually turns the wheel to Tunisia. Oh, and only the survivors move throughout time, not The Others.THE BEST ANSWER WE GOT:
In Season Six we learned that the Man in Black built the wheel centuries ago, and that he connected it to a mechanism that mixed the light at the center of the island with water.WHY WE DESERVE A REAL ANSWER:
Oh, it’s a “mechanism?” Well that makes everything okay, doesn’t it? Wait… No, that’s just fucking awful. Their explanation for how the wheel works is “because someone built it and made it work.” We’d kind of inferred that one, guys. But how does an ancient mechanism that mixes water and light differentiate between the survivors and The Others? We wanted answers, not vague suggestions. Maybe it would have been best not to call attention to the fact that you don’t have an explanation for silliest plot point of the series only a couple episodes before the big finale, hmm?
And here is a great video from College Humor, that has more than a few gems in it as well.
And yes, I miss Lost already.