This was an enjoyable story, despite feeling sketchy in places. Given the names and appearances of Luna's children, one can guess who the biological father is, my only question was if it was just the two of them or a three-for-all. All in all, combining the dark grey Harry and very light Harry seems to have produced a light-grey Harry who managed a productive life and arranged matters so that his friends were able to go on to productive lives while improving the government of wizarding Britain (well, at least it no longer looks as bad as, or worse than, a third-world kleptocracy). I had to chuckle at what happened to Ginny; if she was more domineering than her mother, she, IMHO, earned such a reward, much as Albus and Severus earned theirs.
I can't say that I feel sorry for Ron, but then nothing really bad happened to him, just nothing really good.