Again - typing as watching so forgive my disjointed thoughts... At least they acknowledge the ability to seperate saucer before going into a dangerous situation. Later on it seems to get forgotten about. "The Romulans, now there's a name we've not heard in a while" - really? I'm sure we heard of them a couple of episodes back in Angel One? I understand why they wanted each episode to "stand-alone" but what is achieved by blatantly ignoring established continuity? Lieutenant Yar doesn't look happy when she is told to wait at her post whilst the away team beams over to the Batris! Geordi's futuristic "head-cam" mustn't even have seemed futuristic in 1987, surely?! What is nice about this little scene though, is that it shows Geordi to be the one person who perceives Data very differently, yet he is the one that treats him the most humanly. Worf's agreeing to show the Klingons around the engine room shortly after they admit having lied to his Captain has been covered before. Do all Klingon uniforms have the ability to make a weapon? Or were the renegades just well prepared? "Kling"? A moon of Q'onos perhaps? A colony? One of the highlights of Season One.