Does anyone else think that "Star Trek: Enterprise" was too advanced for the 22nd Century? From the sleek starship design of the Enterprise NX-01, which should have been more retro or more inline toward the pre-Constitution class, rather than the Akira-class looking one we got, to the 24th century style rank pips. Why would they use 24th century style rank rips? Couldn't the designers come up with a different rank pips for that period? The uniforms were also wrong and ugly for the period. Should have been more like "The Cage" style era uniforms or completely different. To the inside of the Enterprise itself. I think it was still far too sleeker. Although it did have push buttons like the Constitution class starship, the monitors and that were too advanced. The bridge resembled that of NASA control room. Also, why did Captain Archer have a ready-room when Captain Kirk did not? They should have held their meetings in a briefing room or something similar. It should've gone backwards, but instead they were stuck in the same 24th century style era. I think you can thank Rick Berman and Brannon Braga for that. I hope non of my points were previously mentioned before.