Instead of adding onto an already 117 page thread, I've decided to start a new thread for this particular project. Not only because it features a totally different Enterprise, but it's also gonna be a tad bit different from my other projects. This will be sort of a re-imagining, if you will, of what the Enterprise-A interiors would have looked had the production team on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country spent a little bit more time and money to further redress the TNG sets so that they appeared to be of a ship some 70 years earlier. But hold up! Before you go any further, this will not be a reboot of the Enterprise-A. I don't want to reinvent the sets. I'm just theorizing what the interiors would have looked, let's say, for instance, if the Enterprise-D warp core was replaced by a warp core more befitting of a late 23rd century vessel. Or if they'd painted all the doors seen in the corridors red, like we see on the bridge and galley, instead of leaving them in TNG orange. This project will give me some room to actually be creative and using these renders for more visualization purposes of "what-ifs", which sounds kind of fun. Also, I am going to go very much in the direction of the "worn-out Enterprise" featured in TUC. Especially when watching in blu-ray, it's apparent that the production team spent time weathering the surfaces of the interiors to give the ship an older, more seasoned look. So you will see a lot of edge damages and light grunge on the surfaces. Nothing as extreme as a Klingon interior, but just enough to convey that the ship has been knocked around and seen it's fair share of action. Anyway, without further ado, here are some shots of the Enterprise-A corridors with red doors instead of orange. It took me a moment to see past the fact that it wasn't screen accurate, but the more I looked at the red doors, the more I liked it. Definitely sets the corridor apart from immediately thinking "ah that's the Enterprise-D corridors." Thoughts? Changes you'd like to see in the sets we saw on-screen?