Like SF said. I think Orci's behavior writing this film and how he interacted with the fans speaks more about the quality of the work than his conspiracy theories. And if there was one lesson to take away from this review, it's this. What the general audiences wants and what Star Trek fans want are not mutually exclusive. The moment JJ said "This is not a movie for fans. It's a movie for movie fans", he created a needless rift. A rift that painted the fan base in a disingenuous light. Did he think that Star Trek fans only like things that they ask for? That has never been the case, even when the show runners of Star Trek thought that was what they were doing. Is it because he thinks Star Trek fans only watch Star Trek and nothing else? Please. I see a lot of other movies that are both dumber and smarter than anything JJ Abrams has produced. When we go see movies, we ARE the general audience.