Awww - that was nice. It's always interesting when we get a look at Aunt May's past - for so much of her career, she's been more or less a cipher, always eventually falling back to being the fragile old aunt with a heart of gold who fusses over her nephew. We don't know that much about her as a person, so stories like this automatically become worthwhile. (Well, if they're written well, anyway.) This is also interesting because it takes a nicely balanced look at the characters. Johnny Jerome may be a crook, but he's not a psycho or a thug - he genuinely cares for May, and believes that his way of doing things is the only one that will work. (And to be fair, he's far from the only man of his generation who thought that way - the Depression made a lot of people desperate.) And May obviously knows this, because while, in the long run, she loved Ben more than Johnny, she evidently still has feelings for him - yet, at the same time, is rooted enough in her present life to know that you can't change the past. It's a nice little meditation on how the right or wrong choice can change your life.