It doesn’t bother me as much as it used to, but I will say that I do genuinely love the writing when it’s able to weave continuity together in satisfying ways. When all of the pieces fit together, and more than just an Easter egg name drop kind of way, it is satisfying. And I respect it when Trek just acknowledges and accepts the crazy things that Roddenberry and the production staff did in the 1960s, with “yeah we’re just gonna go with it.” I love an episode like “Trials and Tribbleations” where they just lean in to the miniskirts, Klingons with some brown makeup, and 1960s production design. I think that works better than “re-imagining” everything for modern sensibilities. For example, I really think that if they just dropped a high quality HD version of the original Matt Jefferies TOS Enterprise into Strange New Worlds it would work. The audience would embrace it and love it. And sometimes the people who make the new shows should trust the audience instead of thinking they need to put a new spin on everything in order for it to be believable.