Yeah, but crazy cults and sheeple in general also piss me off. Maybe I'm overestimating my own ability to resist cult tactics, but I'd like to think that at the end of the episode I would have jumped at the chance to get off that planet if I found out the only reason I was there was because I was forced to be there. The comparison to VOY may be a bit unfair, but I think there may be some argument to be made that the way the show depicts things, Janeway to some degree established a Cult of Personality among her crew. Not intentionally, I think, but you noted some surprise yourself that nobody wanted to stay with "The 37s", and I'm sure there might have been other points along the way where someone wanted off the ship. Whether or not they actually left isn't even the point, it's the expression of despair or frustration that would have mattered. Lest you think I'm singling VOY out, I think the same might be said for Picard and the E-D in the sense that he established fierce loyalty from his crew, though they obviously faced less adverse circumstances. I'm less sure we saw such behavior with regards to the other captains.