I gave up on Voyager when it first aired, largely because I got so sick of the Kazon and their endless plotline in the show. But re-watching it recently, start to finish, I've come to appreciate certain things more, while also disdaining other things more, too. An example: The Maquis, founded upon a violent opposition to the Cardassian takeover of some Federation colonies along the border, were determined, resourceful, and uncompromising in their hate for Cardassians. To me, it's a baffling and inexcusable writing to have so many of the Maquis aboard Voyager pledging their loyalty (in varying degrees) to a Cardassian agent who was the embodiment of everything they were fighting against back home. It makes no sense whatsoever, even in the desperation of wanting to get home by any means, whether Janeway seemed like an obstacle or not. Out in the Delta Quadrant, where Federation justice seemed tens of thousands of light years away, it seemed like the ideal opportunity to take out all their rage on Seska, but instead they have an inexplicably opposite reaction. As a writing tool, I suppose it served a purpose to maintain a certain level of interpersonal tension between 2 blended crews. But there had to be a way to do that which wasn't so illogical or bizarre in the scheme of Maquis-Cardassian relations. Once that plot thread was wrapped up, everyone was pretty much best friends for the rest of the series, aside from Seven's struggles to assimilate. That said, I've come to appreciate some things about the show, too, and I'm glad it's part of the ST universe. It had its strengths and powerful moments that stood out among the other Treks. BBC America seems to like TNG and VOY as much as I do, and I almost never hesitate to navigate there if one of them is on (and if I'm feeling too lazy to go into Netflix). I'm on Team Janeway, for sure.