I don't like glorifying and justifying crime and narcotics & I'm really glad Netflix showed the big picture.The rise of world's first known drug cartel,The Guadalajara Cartel. I ain't justifying Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo but thinking about something like that, The idea of system like cartel in 1980s is the most underrated thing in modern history and modern Economics with the background of Contra & Civil war. The rise of El jefe de jefes Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo,Rafael Caro Quintero & Don Neto with rise of infamous Guadalajara cartel. It showed basics of founding any empire, it's the entrepreneurship 101. From basic Supply and Demand to Rent,Wages, Interest,Profit to Risk bearing, Decision making, Effect of govt policies on business with the touch of cold war politics & bureaucratic fighting over jurisdiction. It's an economical classic. A classic story of how empire's are built & fallen,how genius ideas are putted into action,how a single wrong decision can destroy systems,how elections are rigged,how departmental politics screws individuals plans and how sometimes nice people becomes collateral damage for Agencies. Diego Luna portrayed Miguel Angel very lively. Perfect Manipulative,poker face, Strong dialogues with strong body language. Diego Luna deserves more appreciation for this role. Many people will compare him to Wagner Moura that's natural but honestly you can't compare Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo with Pablo Escobar. Even though they were in narcotics business there are not appropriate common grounds for comparison. I wish goodluck for 3rd season & I really hope to have Narcos : Afghanistan (no offense)!