Discovery is a show conceived and built by committee, and it shows. The biggest emotion I feel watching this trailer is "confusion". I just can't get a feel for what it wants to be. You know, its mission-statement. It's neither fish nor foul. I see PC flight-sim joysticks and lens-flare and window viewscreens. This is stuff I feel they're doing to pander to the kiddies as Les Moonves says, and yet I know the underlying canon DNA is supposed to be prime. But knowing it's prime causes all this "friction" because all the other shows (and the TNG movies) tried to just accept all the prior shows' look and feel, even Enterprise when they had the fanservice Defiant two-parter. So there's no way to sort of mentally group this show with any of the others. Since I think that's what prime fans were hoping to see in a show set in prime, it disappoints them, and it disappoints those who wanted Kelvin timeline. Politics may be the art of compromise but art should be about making bold statements on the basis that you can't please all the people all the time. If the intention of the show is to sort of bring all factions of fandom together in a reimagining then CBS should have framed it that way in the first place. I think the reason it didn't is that there was indeed a creative tug-of-war between the various cooks and I hope they didn't wind up spoiling the broth in the process. It does look feature-film-like. I'll give it that much.