Are you sympathetic to the vision of a unified centralized Westeros discussed by Stannis and Davos in ASOS, which Stannis says is Aegon I's true goal? Or do you think Westeros will do better as smaller kingdoms? I think the Targaryens did do good things like building Kingsroad, Kings Landing and abolishing first night among others, so do you see the story going to pre-Aegon status quo at series end?
I think Westeros is too big to reliably, effectively govern as a single polity given the kind of fairly rudimentary tools of statecraft we’re dealing with. Look what happened to the Targaryens after they lost the organizing principle of dragons–they frantically searched for another with no success and devastating results, from calamitous war in Dorne to Baelor’s destructive application of the Faith to Summerhall, before it all dead-ended in the last Targaryen monarch displaying no respect for the rights of his far-flung vassals.
I’d rather see multiple polities on friendly relations and with loose cooperation rooted in their leaders’ common experience of having fought the Others and restored the Dawn…and that’s exactly what I think is going to happen.