Different people see different things, I guess.
Hillary seemed to be preening, smug, and aloof. Her job creation plan seemed more dreamy (better education opportunities for jobs that don't exist, etc.) and her attempt at making catch phrases stick was forced and awkward.
Trump seemed engaged and with his feet on the ground, but tripped up on race relations, and was really reaching when it came to law enforcement. He tried ditching out by babbling about a club he opened in a "racially diverse" area.
I think that they both succeeded in reiterating previous points and appealing to their own crowds. Neither bridged any gaps or established significant contact with previously undecided voters, leaners from the opposing party, or people that don't like either of them anyways.
I'd call it a tie except for a couple of counter punches that Trump landed with tax documents vs. e-mails and her foot dragging on improving the economic conditions in the US.
Several missed opportunities by Trump to gut her on cyber security as it pertains to her personal server and a few others.
In terms of relative performance, Trump did a pretty good about face by not going low. He spoke directly and in common terms (to his audience). Hillary did exactly as I would expect by attempting to take the high road but coming off as a over confident with a fake smile.