Though Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) has had a bit more time to get to know his new crew on Aldhani, it doesn't seem to have had any effect on both their feelings towards him or his towards them. Most notably, Arvel Skeen (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) is especially hostile towards Andor, who in turn has his own guard up.
Many of the others have at least begun to accept Andor slightly more, with the leader, Vel Sartha (Faye Marsay), and fellow Rebel crew member Karis Nemik (Alex Lawther), being the most welcoming of the bunch.
In preparation for their upcoming mission, Taramyn Barcona (Gershwyn Eustache Jnr) has Andor and the others get in proper soldier-walking formation as a test to see just how well they'll be able to pass off as Imperial soldiers. However, when Andor points out that Skeen is left-handed and thus should be on the left side of their formation, he gets quite a bit of backlash from Barcona and Vel even though they know that he's right.
Even though Andor just stuck up for him, Skeen still has no loyalties to Andor, as later on, Skeen holds a knife to his neck and cuts off Andor's Kyber necklace. He uses this as a way to undermine him to the rest of the group and prove that the reason that Andor's on the team must be sketchy as he owns an extremely expensive piece of stone.
At this point, Andor comes clean to the entire crew: "I'm being paid—paid to be here. You need to know? That's it. Yeah, I'm here for the money. You can't live with that? I'm not worth it? I'll walk away and wish you luck. But that's it. I don't want to walk in looking over my shoulder."
While they're not all happy with the fact that Vel didn't let them in on Andor's history, it seems that they do somewhat respect him for being honest. However, a few of them try to back out of the mission as a result of this information, though Andor makes it clear that "there's a difference between fear and losing your nerve," and that he doesn't want to be blamed for them not going through with the operation.
In the end, it doesn't seem like any of them will actually be backing out, and likely, we'll finally see the mission carried out in the next episode.