I'd like to suggest that Paramount strongly consider giving "Star Trek V" a make-over ala "The Motion Picture" when the time comes for a DVD re-release (2003?) The story behind the film's problems are well known (bad FX, etc) and I feel it would be in Paramount's best interests (financially speaking) if they went back and re-did the FX shots and perhaps re-incorporate deleted footage for an all new "director's cut". Give Shatner a chance to make it a better film because as it stands now, well, it's not very good and is certainly not a universally loved film among fans of the franchise. In fact, I have a hard time imagining anything less than a new version of the film for a re-issue will help sales all that much, a bad film is a bad film regardless of how many extras you can throw on a 2 disc set. Now I'm not saying a new version will make "Star Trek V" a masterpiece but it would certainly be better than it's current form. NOTE: I wanted to include a poll for this thread but couldn't figure out how to add one. Perhaps a moderator would be kind enough to include one so that Paramount could have a better grasp of what HTF's members feel about the subject?