Just rewatching TOS, originally a childhood staple. The remastering of the ships are cool. One episode in particular, however, bugs me as to the credible threat -- the inept bad guys in The Enterprise Incident. The surgically disguised Kirk was able to distract or fool more than one Romulan with the line that there was spy onboard (even though no one recgonized him). The new cloaking device was in a praticularly forlorn part of the Romulan ship, with one guard inside who only inspected the new strategic asset periodically, it seemed, wasn't all that competent in arresting someone (or any kind of physical confrontation at all). For that matter, the Romulans can pick up communication within their own ship, but couldn't detect Kirk transporting into their vessel. And the Romulan commander? One assumes that they get to their position by exercising good judgement rather than throwing caution to the wind, being needy, and trusting the enemy without cause. I still intend to enjoy the rest of the remastered TOS, but for some reason, there seemed to be an extreme degree of bad-guys-ineptitude in this particular episode.