Star Trek is, fortunately and famously, not all about the action. But a good space battle is still a lot of fun! Putting a space battle on the page is surely among the hardest tasks for a writer. A good grasp of Trek technology - i.e. the capabilities and the limitations of the ships involved - is necessary, but is just the framework of rules that have to be exploited smartly and ingenously to make for memorable action: The author has to be at least a good tactitian as the best tactitian in the book. Then there is the challenge of communicating effectively what is happening: complex motion in three-dimensional space must be related without the luxury of visuals. Last, but not least, is the need for action to have meaning - the stakes are only as high as the reader's involvement with the characters. What are some of the space battles throughout TrekLit that you find the most memorable, and what makes them stand out? Is it a gripping portrayal of the characters, clever exploitation of the universe's rules, the location of the battle, something else?