I'm definitely planning to rewatch it to pick up what I may have missed. It's not Lost, but nothing ever will be.
It's filled with Abram's usual themes of father issues, corporate and government bad behavior, and delving into the possiblities of what we con't know. Since I agree with his point of view and since I find exploring normal and paranormal possibilities, I think it will be one of my limited must watch shows -- certainly more so than the drivel Grey's has become for me.
I did recognize John Noble, whose sons in LOTR, most certainly had father issues. He's an excellent actor and I think he will contribute a lot to Fringe.