It's pretty much what I expected, although I was half-wondering if Azerbaijan didn't win either vote and that's why they were dragging their heels about announcing the split.
Still some surprises though...
That Italy won the jury vote by a landslide isn't a surprise based on their second place finish as I never thought that the public would have voted enough to get it there. France did pretty much the same with both sets of voters and I expected the juries to rally behind that more.
The UK doing well with the televote based on the band's lingering popularity and a competent performance in the final is no surprise, nor that the juries didn't go for it based on what was apparently a woeful jury performance on the Friday night.
Some of the more interesting trends are the change in support from the semi-final performances to the final. Finland had jury support throughout, but the televote in the semi-final was also strong, dipping to poor in the final. Which is about as good an argument as there is for a late draw still being the ideal. You also wonder whether - at only 2 points behind Azerbaijan - Sweden might have won the televote with a slightly later performance draw.
Surprised Denmark fared better with juries than with the televoters. I thought based on their post-contest sales that the public were behind that one.