About 20 years ago, I told a friend who designed computer chips that it wouldn't be too long before computer animation would allow us to create new episodes of TOS with Shatner, Nimoy et al., which looked like original episodes with new, original performances. At the time, I put a 15 year figure on when I thought that would happen. He told me it could never happen. As a side note, I described a quantum computer, which he also told me could never happen. Such is the difference between technicians and visionaries :-) Now that we're within spitting distance of being able to make such a project reality, my question, though, is this: should we? For most of my life, I thought more Trek is always a good thing. Ii thought that when TMP premiered. I thought that when Voyager premiered, and then Enterprise, and then Insurrection and Nemesis. As I've gotten older and, debatably, wiser, I've come to the conclusion that more Trek is not necessarily better, and that the confluence of the people who made TOS was a one-time thing that was gone forever. And then I thought that Star Trek Continues and Star Trek New Voyages did a pretty good job of creating new TOS. And THEN I thought that Discovery, while palatable, stray so far from the TOS vibe that for me it wouldn't count. My ultimate thought is that the effort would take a lot of time and money, that because of that (and other reasons) it would be studio-financed, and that the studios cannot be counted on to make a true TOS. It probably would not behoove them to do so. So, having gone through all that, who do you think? Assuming that we get to a point where we can, should we make new TOS episodes?