This is not a thread to say which type of fan film I prefer - I love Phase II and Hidden Frontier/Intrepid, but I've noticed that a lot of films tend to go towards TOS and that's cool. I guess I wanna talk about logistics, most TNG, or even movie era films are greenscreen made as the sets are a lot more sophisticated to replicate. However a few fan groups have created TNG era set: Borg War3: Atlantis  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5nTL2Wu4F4 Defiant Syle Bridge http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEUxwvYjwbo Das Vermachtnis [halted in post-production - from 2.52 onwards; shuttle and bridge] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBfdpx_3d2s I guess a TNG set is harder mainly because of the LCARS systems, and the richer furnishings. It's so sad that the Experience isn't in Vegas anymore because dare I say it there were potential ready-made sets! Fans may know about Starbase Studios in Oklahoma City which houses an Enterprise bridge to use and of course Farragut Films and CEC/Retro Film studios have their own sets. There is, however, a reconstruction/restoration of the Enterprise-D bridge coming to a permanent museum, and they've already lent set pieces to Star Trek: Renegades. They do plan to be welcome for groups to film on. I guess if I was doing my own film I'd want a physical set but I know it can be expensive - ANY era!! What do others feel about this? Could an interior replica of say Voyager exist someday?