True, but I still think that would make it less likely for her to outright betray him. She shared something very intimate with him that I think would make her unwilling to outright betray him. When I had heard Meyer considered making the character Saavik it just didn't 'feel' right to me. Like Scotty in "That Which Survives" something about it just made me feel the same as Roddenberry in that case. Part of it is just hard to explain. I for one was happy to see it was another character (also, I really wasn't interested in seeing Saavik portrayed by yet a 3rd actress since he seemed to have no intent on bringing back Alley--who I sincerely doubt would have returned anyway, or Curtis---it was probably best to create a new character for that reason alone). I think what XCV was arguing was that reasons of comfort wouldn't preclude the uniforms in TWOK. They may be cumbersome (though at least the jackets seemed easy enough to put on), but that comfort wouldn't be an issue in either case. I do have to admit I sort of liked the uniforms in TWOK. They had a bit of a Navy feel (yes, dress uniform, I agree) and they looked good on the characters (which I believe was the intent). But I still felt they had a bit of a futuristic feel to them. TMP uniforms just didn't hit it off I thought. Some of them I didn't mind (i.e. when Kirk was wearing a white short sleave shirt that wasn't too bad) but they weren't the best. I think in TMP had they used black pants with the primary uniform, instead of making the same color as the shirt, it might have worked out better.