We know Starfleet folks from the VOY /DS9/ TNG era (or at least the senior ENT-D crew) don't seem to think too highly of our era which culminated in WW3, though Picard conceded that 'even back then we had started to make rapid progress' (slightly paraphrased). The 'good stuff' really only seems to start to happen with Cochrane. But what about ENT's time? Suppose Q decided to have a good laugh and decided to drop a few VOY/DS9/TNG crew members smack in the middle of the 22nd century, with no way to get back. How much of a hard time would they have adapting? Would they feel that Earth's Starfleet is still "their" Starfleet knowing that it will become it in the future? Would they essentially feel at home with the way things are done, with the political landscape of the 22nd century, with the idea(l)s living in 22nd century society, or would it still be "a less civilized time" and fundamentally alien to them? How easy or hard would it be for them to find fitting jobs, learning to deal with 22nd century technology and mindsets? Same question other way around. How would characters like Tucker or Archer feel about all these things if they were dropped in the late 24th century?