I'm in the middle of watching the 3 episode arc featuring the beginning of the alliance between Earth, Vulcan, Andor and Tellar Prime due to the Romulan Drone ship attacks. It's almost an open wound in the sense that I was so hopeful we'd finally see the Romulan War portrayed on screen. I found it a bit of genius storywriting in the sense that the Romulan's attempts to sow conflict in the region does the exact opposite and directly leads to the creation of the Coalition of Planets. They caused the very thing they wished to prevent. And not only that, it would eventually lead to a war directly involving them when their goal was to start a war between the worlds that would create the Coalition so they could sit back until it was all over and pick up the pieces. It's sad for me that we never saw that develop further. I read the novels portraying the war of course, and was glad the story was finally told. But we were so close. The Romulan War is one of those pivotal moments in Star Trek history that directly leads to the founding of the Federation, and yet it was never seen on screen. After hearing about TNG revival it'd be interesting to see one of Enterprise perhaps lead by Manny Coto to finally put this pivotal event on screen, as a mini-series or as a set of telemovies. Of course with the relaunch taking place I'd hate to see something overwrite that, but even with the novels featuring the war, there's still a lot of story to tell that maintains some continuity with the novels if they wished to.