As with the rest of this edit, I enjoyed the final chapter. The story moves along briskly without jumping away of dwelling on extraneous stuff. Removing the Eye of Sauron and the searchlight bits was effective; it was still oppressive enough without that.
The last fight over the ring on the slopes of Mount Doom almost seemed too short. Almost. In the end it worked well, and got right to the final climactic fight. Followed on by the quick end of the battle at the Black Gate; could have been considered short changed, but since that is now irrelevant it held the correct amount of attention.
The postscript section even feels long in the books, and the edit does a good job of moving things along.
I sat through the end credits because of the new music added. I had not run across it before, and enjoyed the different feel it gave from the original.
I can only give this fanedit a perfect review since I just truly loove this version of LOTR so much more than the original cut / edit (both theatrical and EE). To me all of Kerr's 6 books are a masterpeace. Only thing distracting is that, as far as I know, there is no HD-version of it available, so when watching the Hobbit fanedit beforehand, the quality difference is noticable. Let's hope an HD version comes out someday. This will be the version I will watch from now on if I watch the LOTR. Thank you Kerr for the work you put in!
As with the previous five edits, this is likewise brilliant. Yet again the editing is flawless, and Kerr does what he intends to do. It is great to have these edits as an alternative, and, as neglify states, if you are a fan: check them out!
Highly recommended, all six edits. I might as well throw in a recommendation to Kerr's edits in general, because they are consistently well-edited.