I have TOS and TAS on DVD, and have been through them (in some cases more than once). I'm an original series fan -- discovered the show when I was about 8. Looking forward to the next movie very much. I followed TOS to the big screen in Dec. '79, and through the 80s, watched TNG and DS9 without fail. I watched Enterprise when it was on, but felt that the first three seasons were missed opportunities, but absolutely loved the fourth season (which I have on DVD). I'd put Enterprise's fourth season up against the best years of TNG or DS9. I watched Voyager when it was on TV. I just didn't like it, but stuck with it for 7 years, hoping it would get better. I thought the cast was good and the show had a lot of production value, but the writing was, IMO, so bad that it killed the show for me. I won't buy the DVDs, or even rent them. Voyager, IMO, is the nadir of 40+ years of Star Trek (which is a shame, because I think the concept could have been good, and I like folks like Mulgrew, Russ, Ryan, et. al.). My dislike of the show and the disappointment I felt in the first three years of Enterprise are largely, I think, attributable to writers and producers Brannon Braga and Rick Berman (I know, I know, beating a dead horse; but there's a reason so many fans dislike their work). Give me writers like Gene Coon, DC Fontana, Michael Piller, Peter Allan Fields, Ronald D Moore, Rene Echevarria, Ira Steven Behr, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Manny Coto, the Reeves-Stevenses and so on. DS9 had the best stable of writers on any of the series, and the show was consistently good, more so than any other of the franchise.