Agreed. Lahm was a bit slow on the ball at first, but he's the one player on the team with the intelligence and skillset to play that holding role, and ended up playing a great match. Ozil, Gotze, and Muller have the talent to give any team in the world problems; they are three of the most special attacking players in the world. I didn't mention the backline, but while playing 4 CBs reduces the width in the attacking play, it again provides more stability in defense, especially in set pieces. Just a very promising structure and organization now to go along with the supreme talent we've always had.