So, I saved Ben. Whilst he screwed up I wasn't keen on making Doug's sacrifice be for nothing. That and frankly we can throw him infront of a zombie horde some other time its more useful if he wants to play martyr. I know I'll probably regret doing so in Episode 5 because "No good deed goes unpunished" but we'll see when I play it tomorrow.
I get that we're supposed to see Ben as a bit of a naive, but well-meaning fool. The whole medicine thing? It was dumb, but I can see why he did it and frankly when you've got a lot of people with guns keeping away for a few bottles I can imagine it didn't seem like such a bad idea.
Leaving Clem? Obviously, bad. Kenny did the same thing with Shawn though. It indirectly got Chuck killed (probably) but fight or flight kicks in differently.
But removing the axe from the door? I'm sorry, but that just seemed too far fetched. Ben makes wrong decisions, but he isn't a total idiot. Last I checked, A LOT of zombies were slamming on that door, I mean you could hear them all about the school. I just find it unbelievable he would really be that thick, I mean I don't think he (or even I) would go anywhere near that door, I pretty much hugged the lockers myself when I had to go past it.
So yeah, making Ben a bit of a tool? Fine, but removing an axe that was obviously barricading it? Took my suspension of disbelief a bit too far.
Also, I'm disappointed there wasn't an option to call Molly out on (indirectly) getting Chuck killed. Do you even find out if she knew you were there? Considering she claims to be able to see the whole city/neighbourhood from there, you'd think so.