I started today from the beginning, looking to recapture my original experience. I'll update as I go. The Motion Picture: The Director's Edition, much better than what I remembered from 1979, and i loved it then. All the criticism of pace and everything else modern audiences dislike, are just perfect for me. This is the Star Trek I waited for in the desert that was the 1970s. The Enterprise was absolutely gorgeous. The Wrath of Khan: I didn't then, and I still don't, understand Khan's wig. Everything else is just perfect. Spock's death is heartwrenching, and you can see it in the cast's faces. The Search for Spock: When Kirk opens the door and sees Sarek, the look on his face is priceless. That's acting, right there. Robin Curtis is hot. McCoy dealing with the alien has me in stitches every time. The "stealing the Enterprise" sequence is one of my favorites. Kruge's lines crack me up, because I always hear Doc Brown. "DROP ALL WEAPONS!" The Voyage Home: My favorite. It's Star Trek as I imagine they would have done it on TV if they'd had the budget. It's the closest to original Trek, with minimal (apparent) SFX, and more character work. And then there's the part where Kirk and crew save the day. "One damn minute, Admiral." Next installment coming soon.