We all have some movies or episodes we wish didn't exist. Sometimes, there are single aspects of otherwise great series that we could do without. With the new reboot and the Trek Lit dueling timelines version of canon, Star Trek is a very easy series in which to have a canon cafeteria, where one can take what one likes and leave the rest. Do you have a preferred Personal Canon? If so, what is in it? What makes you keep what is in your Personal Canon? Or what do you throw out and why? For my own version of canon, I tend to be a bit OCD about inclusiveness, yet I'm a natural born hater, so I have probably put a sad amount of time into thinking about this. For the TV shows, I tend to think of TOS as its own series when I'm in a TOS mood, or as an 'inspired by real events' fictionalized history when I'm in a TNG mood, which is more often the case. I also consider Voyager to be highly embellished so I can keep some of the elements I like such as the ship itself and the EMH, possibly a few episodes not about the Borg. Enterprise either never happened or it's in the altered Abrams timeline (which is fun but not 'real' Star Trek for me, either), barring a few elements that carry over into some of the novel I might include in my canon. TNG and DS9 are pretty much what I consider to be the real and best Star Trek (unless I'm in a TOS mood), and I consider 95% of them to be canon for me, except for some of the really stupid stuff and first season episodes. For the movies, 5 is a dream, Insurrection is a poorly-written propaganda piece by Pakled dissidents (or something...it's just so bad) and Nemesis is just a starship fight. For me, Data is still alive, Kirk never met Picard, the Borg Queen is not as portrayed, the Baku planet doesn't exist, and Remans are just a race of Romulan...if they exist. For the novels, I tend to include a lot of them that don't involve the TV show characters during the run of the shows. SCE is in. Vendetta, not so much.