I believe that more Star Trek is always a good thing, but sometimes it comes with a trade-off. As we've discussed the topic of seasonal arcs vs. stand-alone episodes, it's clear that most people like a bit of both, but it's also difficult to balance that within a 14-episode season. Compare that to the 26-episode seasons that were common to past ST series. Would you rather have a longer season that might require cutbacks in things like CGI quality or axing some cast members - but would allow for more story-telling? Or would you rather keep the season length as it is, helping to keep things cost-effective for things like CGI and casting - but having less time to roll out a well-balanced season of arcs and 1-2 episode stories?