I'm one of those old folks, I've been discussing Star Trek on message boards since about as long as there's been an Internet for that purpose. (Is anybody else old enough to have used ISCA BBS back in the early 90s?) I was in Junior High when TNG premiered, and in college when it ended. (Edit to say, *ahem*, no offense to those of you who were around to watch TOS during its original run.) I just watched "All Good Things" again, and it brought back memories of what kinds of things Trek fans were discussing back then. I remember, about a year after "All Good Things" (it was still fresh in the minds of a lot of us), when "Generations" came out in theatres for the first time. The movie led to a couple of topics of nitpicky debate -- one of which was, "How could Scotty have witnessed Kirk's apparent death in 'Generations' but still expect Kirk to lead his rescue in 'Relics'" ... (fair question for debate, sure, I'll grant that.) I remember another one: "How could the Enterprise-D have been destroyed when Admiral Riker still had possession of it in the All Good Things future?" It's a question which completely ignores the scene at the end of AGT that discussed how that potential future was no longer set in stone. I had to shake my head and laugh whenever that question came up, and it came up a lot. Another one, also related to "Generations". Right after the movie came out, Jonathan Frakes appeared as a guest star on DS9, playing Thomas Riker, who was impersonating William Riker for this particular story. A couple of confused questions came out of that one: "Why did Riker talk about being on leave from the Enterprise when the Enterprise was destroyed?" (Answer, the Stardates in that episode were a couple of hundred less than the Stardates quoted in "Generations". Therefore the DS9 episode occurred first chronologically, even if it was filmed later.) Also, "What was the event that set Riker and O'Brien at odds with each other? I don't remember seeing that during TNG." (Answer: Because it didn't happen. Thomas didn't want to blow his cover by getting into too deep of a conversation with somebody who knew William as well as O'Brien did. Seriously, some folks needed to be hand-held through it.) Yet another: in the "Voyager" episode that retroactively placed Tuvok on Excelsior's crew under Captain Sulu during the events of ST6:TUC, a lot of fans complained, "But his Excelsior character was a human! He had round ears!" Misremembering the fact that Tim Russ actually played a human bridge officer on the Enterprise-B during the opening scene of "Generations", an entirely different movie. These are my "good old days" of Trek fandom. What about yours?