Have you ever met someone and felt like their name was totally wrong for them? When I first knew my friend Nicole, the first several times we chatted, I had the hardest time remembering her name because she looked like a "Rachel" to me, for whatever reason. After some time, I finally told her that, and her reply surprised me: "Yeah, I don't think I'm a Nicole either. I don't think it fits me at all, but that's the name my folks gave me. People have the hardest time remembering it 'cuz it doesn't fit me at all." In TNG, it became such a priority & milestone to give the Borg survivor Hugh a name as a means for asserting his individuality and uniqueness. To do otherwise would've been to deny that uniqueness, dooming him to a Borg designation that represented his past. In Voyager, however, Seven of Nine chooses to keep her Borg designation, and I have to wonder whether that choice was made (from a writing perspective) because they gave her a human name that just wasn't a good fit for Seven/Jeri Ryan. Every time her human name is mentioned, it comes off as awkward, like they're talking about someone else. I don't think it's because "Seven" is just such a fantastic fit, I think it's because "Annika" was a poor choice for a name. In the same way that my friend Nicole's name didn't seem to match her, "Annika" was just a bad fit for someone who was on the same path that Hugh was.