Chapters 941 - 945. Probably the strongest stretch of chapters for Act 2. Events move at an effortless pace, emotions run high, and there is a sense of dread when Orochi's forces attempt to apprehend the Strawhats after they are discovered.
I noticed a cool distinction between Hyogoro and Orochi after 934. Upon his introduction, Orochi was greeted to a large pile of food. He was very picky as to what he would eat. Anything he didn't like, he'd throw away.
The Shogun's banquet is an underrated part of Act 2. Orochi's true nature and reputation are out in full during these sets of chapters. He's the direct antithesis of a true leader. He inspires no one, and lives under the shadow of another.
The ushimitsu kozo mystery is quite obvious in hindsight. Almost right after the chapter Komurasaki is introduced and scammed all those men of their money, we learn that the ushimitsu kozo visited Ebisu town last night.
Finished Act 1. I guess if I could summarize my thoughts, it'd be that Act 1 did exactly what it should've done: which was to lay the groundworks of the conflict. We knew Wano was a place that needed to be liberated, but we got to understand the ramifications of Kaido's rule.
Artistically, Wano has been top notch. The opening shot of the Flower Capital, while not to the same level of detail as Ryugu Kingdom, is a marvel to look at all the same. And it doesn't stop just there.