I agree with Harvey and others that I'd also liked to have seen more regarding Kellum de Forest Research. Some of that could have been fascinating.
Kellam de Forest; de Forest Research.
(It's okay; internal memos keep spelling it "Kellum").
I transcribed all of the surviving TOS research reports his firm did (along with their reports for TWOK) in preparation for a PhD that I haven't been able to start yet. I also interviewed de Forest, twice. Although he doesn't have much to say about Star Trek
(it seems like other researchers did most of the work on the series), but I'll certainly be blogging about them at some point.