YOU BETRAYED YOUR UNIFORM! Lol
This doesn't work for me all that well. Eddington is portrayed as Sisko's nemesis, but we never really saw him enough to care about him. I don't buy the Captain's obsession and anger towards him, because it feels like its come out of nowhere all of a sudden. The Les Mis references feel heavily forced, and Avery Brooks unfortunately overdoes it on the acting front, too.
I think that by this point, the Maquis storyline has reached a dead end and feels spent. There is no exploration of the issues or attempts to resolve them, and the arguments go round in circles. We see a bunch of refugees living rough, but it has zero impact.
I've also got to say that I can't see the new holo-communication system as anything other than a way for the show to save money. It doesn't have the epic feel the viewscreen communication does and it's really overused here, so much so that the gimmick loses appeal very fast.
However, the episode does end on a stinger that I do quite like. We get to see the lengths that Sisko is willing to go to put an end to things. It sets him apart from other captains and is a stepping stone to what will come later (his hands are going to get very dirty), and it manages to successfully feel both uncomfortable and triumphant. There don't appear to be any consequences, though.