Last night was the premiere episode of FX's "Justified". I'd say it was rather good. With a story from Elmore Leonard, Tim Olyphant and Walton Goggins, and created by Graham Yost ("Boomtown"), there wasn't much doubt that it would be good.
Olyphant play's Dutch's Raylan Givens well. Goggins is great as his old buddy Boyd Crowder. The producers probably liked him too, as they (spoiler alert!) slightly changed the ending of the source short story "Fire in the Hole". There were a couple other minor changes, but these were done primarily to set the story up as a series.
There were a couple flaws, but nothing to distract me too much. Some of the dialogue (those bits not taken directly from the short story) was a bit too on the nose. And did we really need that flashback after (another spoiler) Raylan shot Boyd? The writers already established several times that they worked in the mine together, so that segment was superfluous.
I liked it. I'll be turning in for the foreseeable future.
Side Note: Harper Collins has put the entire text of "Fire in the Hole" online. If you haven't read it yet, you can do so here.