The devs got maximum use out of their bank assets here and the level hook felt pretty clever. A situation with confliction viewpoints and we get to play through them all, from how Ben remembers it fallout out, the story that made it into the dime novels and then finally the "truth" from Silas himself.
The first time around if you have the perk that lets you know secrets are near by, this level can be surprisingly frustrating as you are warned about a secret you can't grab until the next time you run through this area approaching from another angle.
The non-duel boss fight at the end is kind of annoying, not a great deal of cover and a big sack of hit points and none of the flavour of the duels. At least it was over pretty quickly.