@Tomalak: Of course, even escape pods should have Captain's chairs! @Matthew Raymond: My thinking is pretty much as @cardinal biggles theorized, that those two consoles aren't used all the time. The Mediterranean Class is a small vessel of at most 30 crew members, and it's used solely inside Federation space, so I'd gather the full bridge crew doesn't actually spend a lot of time on the bridge unless it's at the start of journeys or approaching its destination. The way I imagine it, the CO's a Lt. Commander and the rest of the crew is mostly Ensigns (other than department heads) so in essence it's a ship of junior officers with most of the crew being cargo and logistic specialists. This'll also be reflected in the other interiors, sickbay for example won't have any sort of office for the CMO, their quarters are just located across the hallway and they'll go to sickbay as needed. @danellis: To be honest I have 0 idea what the bridge of a real navy ship looks like, at all. I doubt they have fuel lines under the computer keyboards though. Slowly did some more progress when time allowed during the week. I've finished the MSD (I always preferred top views than the cutaway style graphic, despite having already done one of those for the Mediterranean I could've adapted) and the other two overhead LCARS. I've also done more work on the ceiling, I went for a look based on the TNG cybernetics lab, sans the central piece as I didn't want to overcomplicate it. Plus I added more details on the side walls, and some black tape detailing all over the bridge, including on the helm console, which now also has a plant-on with more white and blue sticker LCARS to match the other stations. I still need to finish the carpet pattern, add some more details to the front end of the bridge, have something on the wall behind the Captain's chair (I have no idea what to put there), and a few other bits.