You know what James the one thing I've loved about you is that you do you do it for the love of Trek. That's it. You don't do it to feed your ego. You don't do it expecting to make a profit. You've helped people along the way the last decade, and when Trek went off the air in 2005, you did your part to keep Star Trek alive enough for JJ Trek to happen. It's a shame JJ Trek doesn't have the heart your production has. I commend you.
I don't compliment you to brown nose. There's one thing you and your production have over current TOS related fan films: class. With you Star Trek doesn't just continue. It thrives.