Skipping the bit about Kirk's promotion: A some point it stops being beating a dead horse and becomes necrophilia Agree--a little--on Quinto's version of the scream. Not cause it's there, but because it felt restained and he didn't sell it. As for "My name is Khan" - He probably assumed everyone knew who he was. He's Khan, he's walking, talking, ego. Ego demands that the mere mention of his name would still carry weight centuries after his disappearance.