This is going to be a heavily generalizing, tarring-with-the-same-brush kind of post. If you don't think this way, then assume this post isn't aimed at you. Really, it's not aimed at any one person. I think the worst thing about canon violations, continuity errors, whatever you want to call them, is that for some Trekkers (here, on Facebook, Twitter, et al) it's okay when previous Trek series or films have committed them but not when the prequels do. I actually had a guy on Facebook tell me that the prequels wrecked continuity, which prior to them existing was a pristine vase without a crack in its surface. I told him that literally every Trek series has violated canon, multiple times, and he flatly denied that this is possible, because "each series takes place after or at the same time as the others", therefore they apparently don't step on each other's toes canon-wise. I proceeded to list several instances that TOS, TNG, DS9 and VGR violated canon and he either had excuses, rationalizations or "shut up, he explained" reasons why all of that was okay, but unforgivable that ENT had Romulans using cloaks or had the Borg show up. I was having a read through this thread and realized that people really do get worked up over canon violations these days, when "nit-picking" used to be fun. Phil Farrand wrote four hilarious books cataloging all the various mistakes that got made throughout the franchise, but it was clear that he wasn't criticizing the shows, or angry about the violations. He thought it was great fun to find these little moments of error, and each book was quite thick. Most Trekkers still love those books, too, and still love the series despite knowing they're riddled with errors. But ENT, and lately, DSC, are raked over the coals for such errors, major and minor. And I don't get it.