The Borg was the most enthralling villains created for Star Trek: The Next Generation; they were space zombies from the unknown, threatening to take over the Federation by their own terms of first contact. Assimilation became to the ultimate death for the crew and it happened to my beloved hero Captain Picard. Star Trek: Generations was what it was and passed, so the next film would be the Borg. Berman, Braga, and Moore gave the Borg a facelift by borrowing heavily on James Cameron's mythos for Aliens where these space zombies required a Queen to lead them. As much as I hated the idea, I had another thought where it's possible there could possibly be different species of Borg; some had a Queen, and others didn't require one and were more like the aliens we knew in TNG. One of the missed opportunities I thought Berman did was not continue the Borg elements in TNG movies. TOS had the Klingons within the shadows of their film run, and it was an understanding they were the Indians to our Cowboys. The Borg could've shared that new hat, and there could've been more movies where TNG had to deal with. One of my movie ideas: A Data or Lore subplot could emerge where either of them could create new androids to stop the threat and then something goes wrong? Or the Borg had figured out a way to move through space time from the Delta Quadrant to other worlds and Picard must stop them. My point is I don't believe the villains (Insurrection, & Nemesis) after First Contact were in the league of the Borg. So if you had a chance to write or develop a Borg movie after FIRST CONTACT, what would've been your direction for Star Trek's space zombies? Or what were the potential of the Borg you saw where the production should've explored and why?