Yeah, I know he was doing his best to get Jesse killed. But he changed his mind at the last minute.
I know that Hank is on the side of the law, but he's not such a good guy, and certainly not to Jesse.
And Walt was pretty dumb to fall right into step with Jesse's plan, and step on the gas and drive right to where he hid his money.
But you know what? I felt bad - worse than bad - when it looked like it was all over for Walt. Even though I knew full well from the flashforwards that Walt was not under arrest, not in prison, and got away from all of this, or at least most of this.
But I was glad when Todd's uncle and the killers drove up, even though Walt told them not to. I was hoping they would. After all, Walt did give them the coordinates. They wanted to do the job so they could get Walt to do one last cook for them, as they got Walt to agree. So of course they showed up.
And, though the gun battle was therefore not unexpected, it was still great and satisfying to see. Do I want Hank to die? I don't know. I don't care. I just want Walt to live, or least, not die like this, because, like I said above, he and this show represent a rare, wild, twisted but often true fable of the triumph of the human spirit.
See also: Breaking Bad Final Episodes #1: Walt vs. Hank ... Breaking Bad Final Episodes #2: Skylar and Jesse ... Breaking Bad Final Episodes #3: The Ultimate Lie ... Breaking Bad Final Episodes #4: Old Yeller
And see also Breaking Bad Season 5 Premiere: Riveting Entropy ... Breaking Bad 5.3: Deal with the Devil ... Breaking Bad 5.7: Exit Mike ... Breaking Bad Final Half-Season Finale
And see also My Prediction about Breaking Bad ... Breaking Bad Season 4 Debuts ... Breaking Bad 4.2: Gun and Question ... Breaking Bad 4.11: Tightening Vice ... Breaking Bad 4.12: King vs. King ... Breaking Bad Season 4 Finale: Deceptive Flowers