I read, and re-read a few pages...
The more I read them, the more I thought of what Naruto said "I can't forgive Pain."
This conversation leads me to believe that Minato and Naruto both had in mind the same thing; Kill Pain or not? Pain is a victim of a system that orphaned him. And Masked-Man Tobi took advantage of his vulnerability and turned him into a weapon for his own cause; leading Nagato to believe that he will bring peace to the Ninja world. Nagato unaware of Tobi's personal agenda, continues on his path to peace in hope that he may achieve his goal through what Akatsuki is said to stand for. Ironically, Nagato isn't aware that his path to peace will bring the Ninja world to utter chaos. However, can Naruto form an argument through the conversation he and his father had, to believe that Nagato has good in him? Personally, I see this winding down with Nagato surrendering to Naruto, rather than Naruto completely obliterating him. Naruto throughout the manga has been seen changing people, changing their perspective, and life. I'm not sure what the catalyst will be to change Nagato's perspective, but in the past we've seen Naruto demonstrate to Zabuza the devotion Haku had for him, a firm talk with Gaara about being a "monster", and Chiyo who saw how much Naruto cared for someone outside of his village. Perhaps this change may take the life of Konan or may take a combination of Konan and Naruto to persuade Nagato; whatever it may be, one thing is certain and that is that the village of Hidden Rain will need a strong and enduring leader after the Tobi-problem is resolved.