Rewatched the movie, still loved it. But here's what got me thinking again, after reading some posts here about how mostly jovial the remaining crew is at Kirk's birthday party aboard Yorktown, despite so many crew members having been lost (ya know, the people you lived and worked with the past 966 days?). Perhaps, do we think, that not all of the full crew compliment was aboard the Enterprise when it went into the uncharted nebula on Kolara's deceptive rescue mission? Assume normal crew compliment is similar to prime timeline Enterprise, between 205-430 depending on which in-universe decade and what source you read; would they really need to send, or risk sending EVERYONE on what should be a fairly straight forward rescue? Really the only reason the Enterprise was sent was because of her navigational sensors being the best (of the currently constructed vessels). If perhaps they left all but 100-120 crew on Yorktown, that would explain how Scotty is able to fit "everyone" that survived onto the tiny-arse Franklin. They only show I think it was 3 rounds of 20 people being beamed up, so assume that's all, maybe with one more not shown, and we got roughly 70-90 crewmen aboard the Franklin at the end of the movie. If all 400ish crewmen were aboard the Enterprise when Krall attacked, that would mean that roughly 300 of them died. If they had only taken about 120-150 crew with them in the first place, and assume roughly 20-50 perish in the swarm attack, things start to make a little more sense as to how everyone fit on the Franklin, and why the remaining crew isn't quite so depressed at having experienced over 300 of their friends and colleagues killed in a vicious attack in space. Thoughts?