@Michael: Thank you so much! I wouldn't consider it a stroke of genius lol, but it is something I wanted to do for a looong time (in fact almost 5 years ago I started a very similar project but I abandoned it when I started getting commissions, of course the end result would've been completely different though). I do quite like the whole Defiant aesthetic, it was very well done with the relatively small budget they had to work with, with it being an unplanned add-on for DS9 in the middle of the run. I think it holds up quite well, far better than the TNG look does. Here's another small commission I finished today, the mess hall for the New Orleans-Class USS Orlando, a redress of my USS Appalachia mess. My client for this one was using the USS Lafayette bridge for the Orlando, so they wanted to modify the mess to use the same colors and a more TNG vibe. You can see the full renders over here. Going back to the Thunderchild bridge, I've done more work on the ceiling. I originally wanted to do a different take, with the grates providing shadows over the walls and floor, however that would've meant thinner grates which would've left more light through, and it wouldn't look like I wanted it to at an angle. So in the end I went with a more traditional lighting solution, with no hard shadows. Other than that, I've added a few more details around, finished the floor pattern for the central platform, and added gradients to the rest of the light fixtures on the bridge.