I just wanted Kaname to realize that yes, Souske is the way he is because he's been fighting as a guerrilla since childhood, so anything that comes off as him being some military nut is really just his means of survival. You'd think she could be a little more understanding, and rather than trying to "fix" him like he was a pathetic loser, just be there for him if he had questions about civilian life.
Maybe it would have worked out that way if they had one big stand-off between "Kashim" and Gauron (sp?). Not the typical "Oh, Souske's fighting against this unknown guy" stuff, but finally the old Russian Spetsnaz commander coming forward to Kaname, and just telling her straight out "he fought against me when he was a child." You know, one of those "Unforgiven"(1992), "He finally said who you was," kind of moments.