I've been looking up online ships in real life that have been restored and put in museums. Here's one such link. https://britishheritage.com/britains-most-impressive-museum-ships There are others but I have things to do and am not going fishing for them at this time (maybe later). But here's a thing that interested me: the Enterprise-D's bridge was restored to the configuration it was most associated with and the configuring it had for most of its lifetime. Which brought me to the Enterprise-A. I wonder if the Enterprise-A was restored to the TMP version of the Enterprise? "It wasn't the same ship in TMP!" Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. But hear me out. We all know the Enterprise-A was meant to be a literal replacement for the Refit Enterprise in TVH, except with a new paint job. It was effectively a Reset Button. Had the Refit Enterprise not been damaged in TWOK, and not intended to be decommissioned as a result in TSFS, I think it would've eventually looked the way the A did in TUC. With that type of thinking in mind, do you think inside of the Enterprise-A might've been "restored" to look like the Refit Enterprise? Not that I don't like the inside of the Enterprise-A, especially in TUC, but a lot of the sets were recycled from TNG. I think TMP interiors make the Enterprise-A look different enough from the Enterprise-D that it wouldn't feel like the same ship. If I'm a tourist in Star Trek, and I'm visiting the Fleet Museum, I'd think it was really odd that so much of the A and D look so similar.