That crash scene was really well done, the way it was all calm I thought she was going to crash but the way the camera lingered then jumped similar to the way she fell asleep in her car a few episodes back was brilliant.
That's what I like about better call Saul and breaking bad is that they make situations like that feel real and hold weight. A crash like that would be quite a traumatic experience and they conveyed that, how it happened so out of the blue and one second you're fine then next you're in a completely different state hurt and in shock. The way all of her documents went flying really made you feel sorry for her.
The only thing I wonder is how much more we're going to get of better call saul because the slow rate the series moves at (which is great for fleshing out story details and showing slow realistic character developments) the show is only still in the early 2000's, 2003 I believe so there's still a lot of catching up to do time wise to the beginning of breaking bad at this rate it would require 10 seasons of saul which I can't see happening.
One thing that was really interesting about this last episode was when Lydia said something about Gus being so much more than a drug dealer.