Yes, they do show a number of Klingon ships in that shot in the remastered. That shot of the shuttle taking off WAS from Galileo and I see what you mean--although i doubt that the clumsiness was something that happened because they couldn't do anybetter--I just think they wanted to show it as not a perfect tractor-type controlled take-off but perhaps just a loose manuel take-off. Overall the space shots in "Galileo..." look fantastic. There were literally thousands and thousands of changes done in the remastered versions--nearly a hundred in 'Corbomite.." alone and you think you can prove something by pointing out examples you feel are not great? It was a herculean project with modest budget and incredible time restraints and they did a fantastic job. After watching the episodes dozens of times between 1970 and 2007, I can tell you it was great fun to watch them again and see all the changes they made--many great, most good and several not so good. It also required really studying them, because at any second there could be a change, most subtle in the non-exterior shots. So to see them all--you had to study the shows very carefully and that was something i suspect a lot of folks don't do after seeing them for 10,15 or 20 times. So even if you end up still liking the old FX better--you still get to see an alternate version of virtually every space shot and dozens and dozens of other shots, mattes, image stabilization for time-lapse, redone hand phaser shots, force fields, etc, etc, etc. Even noticed several times where they added reflections on table tops when the little 'tri-monitors' are activated. A lot of fun and a good mental exercise as well, while re-watching one of your favorite shows ever. And for scarcely a handful of bucks over the current price for the DVD sets that have only one version or another.