The personal growth was great, but I didn't like the way Probst (and the editing) basically took away the focus from the actual challenge and made it all about Donathan. It was almost like the other tribe winning was completely lost in all of that. Just like I hated the way Probst made a big deal about Cirie walking across the balance beam. It's not an impressive accomplishment and it seems kind of patronizing to be lavishing all this praise on someone for completing what should be a very simple task. Kind of like how you praise a four year-old when they properly spell "CAT". I don't think there's any chance that people shifted their votes at TC based on Gonzalez' actions. It's just too risky. I think it's pretty clear they all went in with the intention of voting her out and her actions didn't change anything. If someone went in there thinking they were aligned with Gonzalez and that they were going to vote out Donathan, they would have clearly thought there were at least four other people voting that same way, and there would be no way to be sure that everyone was flipping. So you just "stick with the plan" as Keith Nale famously said. I do agree that Donathan will likely make for a more entertaining story arc and I'm glad he's still in the game. Just wish it wasn't at the expense of a very attractive woman.