I will say that was a another well designed final leg. Best thing the race as changed since season 12.
If they could've made the poker chip task some sort of memory one instead of simply counting $1,000,000 (well, maybe not so simple), then I would agree 100%.
I am have different feelings about some of the last few memory tasks, specifically seasons 9, 12 and 14. Not because of who won those legs (as I wanted two of those teams to win). But that those three appear (at least to me) the most difficult task (mind wise). And in fact seem harder then most of the physical tasks that teams need to do on the race.
But at least with the recent ones, you were able to build (or lose a lead) solely on your won ability (and random cab luck).
But take season 9 (up to that point probably the hardest thinking task) I hated to see Eric & Jeremy lose (and not because they were they team I liked the most), but do to the fact that the entire leg up to landing in Denver was almost meaningless. I hate legs (Especially the one for a million) where yu can do great for 2/3rd of the leg, build a nice lead and have it completely disappear due to bunching. Same with season 5. Both are probably the biggest slaps in the face to the racers who actually give it their all throughout the leg.