^ Too true. The idea of them being together doesn't anger me or bother me a bit like it seems to for some people, but I'm still glad they didn't do it. Also think about how many shows got boring after they finally got two of the main characters together. Moonlighting comes to mind. I also feel like if they would have done the J/C thing you would have all of these people saying "oh sure, the 1st female captain and she's more worried about playing around with the 1st officer than getting them home.." Not that it would have been true, but it would have been another annoying thing for anti-Voyager people to constantly bring up. Luckily the pro J/C folks have fan fiction and their own imaginations to basically think up whatever they want to for J/C after their return to earth. This is one case where Voyager's abrupt ending actually works for someone!