There have been recent discussions involving holo-programs, various improvements in the technology, and what types of programs are available. Some of those include: Entertainment (Dixon Hill, Captain Proton, Children's Stories, Vulcan Love Slave, etc.) Sports: Parises Squares, Worf's Calisthentics Program, Tasha's Martial Arts Program, O'Brien's Kayaking, etc. Historical Simulations: Famous Battles in History (Alamo, WWII), Important Moments in History (ENT: TATV), etc. Environmental Simulations: Often of various planet landscapes. Tactical and Training Exercises: Used in officer qualification tests, military planning. Some of these programs appear to follow some sort of outline or script, while others appear to be holographic "sandboxes" to explore and do things (like Barclay's programs). I'm sure there are other possibilities and categories I'm forgetting. Would you write a program that was fiction or non-fiction? Many of the programs we see are set in earlier time periods. I don't recall anything that might be truly considered science fiction for 24th century people, and possibly not even contemporary fiction. My first thought was I'd do the sci-fi story I've been kicking around since 1998, but it's just more outer space stuff in a different universe, so that might not be exciting or interesting for them.