Could have been worse. I thought they were relatively kind with the material they decided to test. Felt low on curveballs. Didn’t have too much of a time issue. I struggled with the wording of the TWR question which I saved for last and never quite got working very well.
The topics they tested overall were not a surprise. Basically stuff that hadn’t been tested ever or not in a couple sittings based on the TIA historical list. That helped a lot because I was able to focus my last few study days on reviewing material I thought was most likely to be on this exam sitting, and much of it was.
You can take much of this with a grain of salt given it was my first 5 hour FSA exam, but if nothing else I actually thought it went better than expected. If everybody else felt the same that’ll probably work against us though.