Hello everyone. I hope this is the right place on this forums to post this, if not, sorry for the inconvenience. I am looking to treat me a Star Trek book for holidays and I'm thinking about some of the tech manuals, but after extensive reading on Memory Alpha I found there was a sea of ink running along all these fifty years I'm finally opting between two: the 2019 "Star Trek: The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Illustrated Handbook" or the 2006: "Star Trek Star Fleet Technical Manual". What are your suggestions? I read some reviews about the 2019 one and had a sneak peak and it had good illustrations, but as far as the writing goes, some people were disappointed for it being quite basic and not very explicative. Some people also mentioned that it missed blueprints and cutaway views of equipment or weapons other manuals had. Positive reviews I read mentioned the old one had incorrect lore and the new one was a good bounding of all the overall information available. Is it worth buying for a newbie like me, or I will be missing something? It's a good place to start? Thank you for taking the time.