I watched the pilot, and while I don't think it works as a potential network or streaming series (I thought Star Trek: Renegades, or now just Renegades was stronger-though it had it own problems), I think it could work as a fan-film-level webseries. It was nice seeing some genre veterans in the film and I did like the throwback style hero starship (though I thought it could've been bigger). The characters were alright for the most part. I didn't mind the protagonist or the other characters; I think the potential is there. I don't think the story had enough of a hook to convince executives to buy it. I wish that the visual effects people who did Axanar, Star Trek Continues, or maybe even Hidden Frontier worked with Zicree to polish the aesthetics. I also thought some of the costuming was too busy. I think it would've been better to take the headgear off Doug Jones and streamline the androids' (i.e. replicants) wardrobe-simple jumpsuits/coveralls would work, and also the Space Command uniforms (I liked the ones at the beginning more than the ones later on, perhaps they were the same, but the ones in the opening looked less busy and also looked purple and I liked the coloring). Sometimes less is more and hopefully it might be cheaper. I do agree with those who feel that the name "Space Command" is a bit bland. I guess it evokes 1950s sci-fi kind of shows, but I don't know how fitting it is for what was shown. I think naming the series after the hero ship would've worked just as well.