I think in well written shows people are true to the nature. Ward for instance, he's still Ward. Raina may not have been telling the entire truth, I wouldn't rush to embrace her as on the Inhuman side(if I was an Inhuman). One reason is her visions aren't exactly clear point by point. Another is she could alter people's reactions by merely leaving out bits. Jiaying is absolutely and completely opposed to indexing. I can believe she'd do just about anything to stop that from happening. The peace deal offered was "We index all of you, then..." so it was unacceptable even if it was sincere. Gonzales prides himself on being sneaky, that gift was something sneaky no doubt. Not necessarily bad, but sneaky. I think May is a good guy, but she has paid a high price to do as much as she has for them, including Coulson, so it really irks her to be treated like anyone else(ie not entirely trusted). I expect her to continue to be a good guy but more cynical now.
Cal is nuts, he's going to do nutty things. It could be anything, he's like their Joker, an agent of chaos. He's also anti-indexing so he's firmly if somewhat uncontrollably on Jiaying's side. He's not on that ship to surrender. Poor Daisy is caught in the middle of all this trying to reconcile both sides, sorry but you have to choose one side or the other. I'd choose the Inhuman side if I was her. The indexing thing makes no sense in any nonhostile way. So you know all the Inhumans and all their powers. That helps you stop them how? That protects regular people how? It doesn't. Daisy can still collapse a mountain whether you know she can or if you don't know. It does help in one way- to act against the Inhumans in a peremptory way. Take them into custody, 'cure' them, remove their powers, even kill them. None of these things is a positive for the Inhumans.