I feel like she's going to "Go Goodman" all on her own, fuck it up, and blame his indirect influence for it. Like when he was dangling the "You did everything you could and it's done and you tried... unless you consider this one other thing but hey want a beer?". Like her plotting whatever she was doing with Kevin before Rich Schweikart put her on blast for it. I feel like she's going to feel invincible because she's been so far, but not being as pro at it as Saul, fucks it up and is caught. I feel like thus far (and going into Breaking Bad) Jimmy has been too competent to all of a sudden just happen to fuck something up that ruins her career, so my money is on her getting too confident in her ability to fuck everyone else over unscathed and slipping up.It's very much inevitable to me that Jimmy will have a dog-turd flavored foot in mouth moment that'll push Kim away, much in the same way as Walter had towards his own family, except it will never (hopefully) go quite low like with how Walter did Hank. I really feel for Kim in this season.