Okay i love Voyager and yes i love Janeway too. But one thing i found incredibly odd was the way in which the show dealt with the deaths of a large chunk of Janeway's crew. Being brought up on the other shows, the deaths of bridge crew were always, from memory, dealt with credence and weight. But the new characters of the show, that we as an audience are supposed to get behind and root for, seem to shrug off the deaths of the entire medical crew, the pilot and the second officer. There doesnt seem to be any gravitas spent on these deaths and i understand the need to rush the story along-but it was like "who cares". And consequently who cares about their replacements? Who just happen to be the stars of the new show. I just cant see Picard, Sisko or Kirk shrug off the death of their second officers the way in which Janeway did. There was no follow-up episode where we see the staff of the ship get to grips with the loss. Into this, as the show progressed there was a potential goldmine of stories there for the writers of Voyager to key into. But the writers just didn't go there. Shame really. There was a lot of potential there. Not only as a fan of the show but also as a way to develop the characters themselves.