I love the flexibility filming vignettes gives us. We can do a clever exercise like "Delivery," or a comic look at two characters in "The Engineer's New Clothes." We did a test scene on the bridge set in "The Old Guys," and a test of the turbolift set and second camera in "Care for a Lift?" Or we can tell a tale of first contact in "Miscommunication."
To me, the vignettes are much more enjoyable, and easier in terms of getting the cast and crew together. Setting aside all last summer for the 90-min "The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky" was frankly exhausting in many ways, and is tying up resources (e.g. the vfx guys, the editor, etc.) as we work to get it ready.