Back to the actual topic:
Though I think the overall average episode quality was stronger than that of Season 1, I'm disappointed that what started off as a flawed but promising standalone story has, like everything else, been bogged down by cameos out of some obligation to tie everything to a larger narrative. I'm fine with stuff like Bo-Katan and Boba Fett given their ties to the Mandalorians, and even Ahsoka to an extent, but it grew tiresome seeing Mando run into all of these beloved characters almost every episode, and I think this came at the cost of the season's overarching plot. The final cameo was a bit too far for me, especially with the horrible Rogue One CGI. At the very least, the cameos weren't quite as egregious as the Ponda Baba and Darth Vader scenes in that film and the cameo characters actually did fill a role in the plot. I just wish they had been handled better.
Best episode by far was the penultimate one. It felt like everything Rogue One was trying to do but with actual entertainment value, and was one of the few episodes set in a location that wasn't just some brown or grey Mos Eisley-esque town. Worst episode was definitely the second one with the frog lady. The joke with Baby Yoda eating the eggs really wasn't thought out that well.
So yeah, despite my criticisms, overall it's alright. Still wish Mando would go to some more interesting looking planets and I hope they tone down the cameos next season, but a solid 7/10 I guess. The general premise of the show isn't really to my tastes anyway, though I'm sure I won't be seething about it in 3 years' time.