It's nice to see these companies ramping up the output of Star Trek soundtracks.Also nice that there are more labels such as La La Land, Film Score Monthly and Intrada joining Varese Sarabande and GNP Crescendo with soundtracks from so many film scores that are probably too niche for the big labels with the limited releases of 3 to 4,000 copies with bonus tracks. I've been lucky recently to grab quite a few soundtracks from projects outside Star Trek. I just grabbed both versions of the 1960 The Time Machine and the first three Die Hard films. The combination of Farpoint and Arsenal of Freedom does seem like an odd couple. I liked Arsenal of Freedom a lot, except the clunky acting of that chief engineer. . I've been on the fence on the TNG and DS9 releases. They lack the strong character and melodies that make the TOS soundtracks so classic.