We know there are several 23rd Century sets dotted throughout North America, isn't it time to give the 24th Century some love? Star Trek: Das Vermachtnis (sadly lost) hasd a full bridge, shuttle and Klingon bridge; plus others have used parts of sets but nobody has done the full shebang. Yes green screen work is very good nowadays but that never beats the thrill of actually being THERE There is an Enterprise-D bridge I know active in Germant at the 'Operation Enterprise' ride. There is a full set for the Hollywood SciFi Museum; the USS Riker's Beard group has set pieces that they display at ComiCons here in the UK, and a full Enterptise-D bridge has appeared at Destination Star Trek. Here are what I think are the key sets: - bridge - transporter room - sickbay - ready room - observation lounge - quarters - corridors - engineering (this would be a whopper!) The main difference is that the 24th Century had an assortment of set designs from the Galaxy Class to Intrepid to Sovereign. Also the right sets could also represent the Movie Era. Now I have not the means nor money to do this, plus I have no intentions of starting a crowdfunder! But if anyone wants to do it I'd love to see it happen.