I am an occasional visitor to Trekcore and StarTrek.com; usually, I just click over to one or the other when I think of it, every few weeks and I look back over the news stories. I agree that StarTrek.com is usually just a corporate shill, but it is consequently good for merchandise info. A lot of those memos and documents were coming from the Mission Log podcast site, via Roddenberry.com as they are not officially licensed by CBS or Paramount. Their website doesn't have much of anything else, but those documents are good. A great excerpt from a late interview with (I assume) Susan Sackett was posted recently here: http://missionlogpodcast.com/discovereddocuments/s014/ (It addresses his dissatisfaction with Bread and Circuses, although his memory doesn't seem to quite explain the circumstances of the production.) You are so right about the TNG Enterprise model. When I went to Christie's to look at the auction merchandise, the model was there and it was amazing. It really looked as though one could look inside the windows and see the crew at work. Even close up, the detailing was most convincing. It was clear that a lot of care and time went into it, and I'm glad it's paying off now. To answer your question, I am probably not a big enough fan to need to own them all on DVD or blu-ray, but I assume that the new versions will eventually become the Netflix standard, and I would like to check them out then. (I can't view it right now, but I will look at the video you posted later!) How many more Scott-doing-engineering-stuff answers do you have? He is, of course, still with us in Tomorrow is Yesterday.