I recently found a SF treatment I wrote years ago, based on the original Star Trek series and showed it to various friends as an idea for a new book. What was amazing was the near universal reaction as to how they all hated the wishy-washy New-Agey (common usage) new version with its strange characterisations. Okay, we are oldies - remember a different world before "P.C." - a world of hard science to a degree but great traditional political/moral strength. None of them could even imagine how this old, balding, effeminate Stage Actor could be a replacement for Kirk. A sentiment I completely agreed. I thought I was alone, as the Star Trek Franchise is still going strong - at least in the USA. What do you think out there?