Which is the best Enterprise?

Which Enterprise is best?

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    majoradama

    [1]Feb 24, 2007
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    So, whats everyone think, I think that Ncc-1701 refit, and Ncc-1701E are the best.
    Edited on 02/25/2007 9:31am
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    Oderry

    [2]Feb 25, 2007
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    The 1701D refit in "all Good Things..." was pretty sweet.
    Edited on 02/25/2007 4:51pm
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    X-624

    [3]Feb 25, 2007
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    I voted for Enterprise Ncc-1701D.
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    CruisD64

    [4]Feb 27, 2007
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    Enterprise D. I would've loved to command that ship!
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    CruisD64

    [5]Feb 27, 2007
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    I probably would've chilled in the holodeck most of the time though.
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    majoradama

    [6]Feb 27, 2007
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    Really, you all like the D better then the original?
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    lobomensch

    [7]Mar 1, 2007
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    Is this for form or function?

    Form would have to be NCC-1701-A

    Function would be NCC-1701-D
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    jrsgalaxy

    [8]Aug 22, 2007
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    What about the NCC-1701-C? That was also a pretty sweet ship
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    naotoyuki

    [9]Sep 17, 2007
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    Where is the Enterprise B? C? or the Naval Ship from ST:IV Voyage Home? (Okay, it's not a Starship but the question was, which was the best Enterprise right?)
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    Richiebcfc25

    [10]Sep 17, 2007
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    i thought the enterprise from first contact was pretty sweet

    That ship looks like a proper warship ready to kick some alien backside!

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    belial_77

    [11]Sep 19, 2007
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    I voted NX-01... I liked the design better... and what can I say, I work at radio shack so i like low-tek, analog spaceships... I almost voted for the TOS... because I loved all the buttons and switches... I miss the veiw-finder/scanner/parascope thingies Spock would always use... btw, rheostats ROCK!
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    thedirtyberk

    [12]Sep 20, 2007
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    belial_77 wrote:
    I voted NX-01... I liked the design better... and what can I say, I work at radio shack so i like low-tek, analog spaceships... I almost voted for the TOS... because I loved all the buttons and switches... I miss the veiw-finder/scanner/parascope thingies Spock would always use... btw, rheostats ROCK!


    Haha, yes!! I actually can't blame you. I love the TNG ships, but there's something awe-inspring about the original 1701, and also the NX-01. Maybe it's how much they remind us of driving a manual clutch... Maybe it's the fact that even in 2007 we can't imagine computers running EVERYTHING!

    I don't know, but the NX-01 reminds me most of the space program now... and if there's at least one thing I give credit to Enterprise for, it's that the production crew captured the idea of a Starship we could comprehend with technology we can somewhat wrap our minds around. It somehow feels right... like something we all know.

    Maybe b/c it seems like it's connected to my iPhone, lol. But, I still give them credit.
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    Tronman100

    [13]Sep 21, 2007
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    thedirtyberk wrote:
    belial_77 wrote:
    I voted NX-01... I liked the design better... and what can I say, I work at radio shack so i like low-tek, analog spaceships... I almost voted for the TOS... because I loved all the buttons and switches... I miss the veiw-finder/scanner/parascope thingies Spock would always use... btw, rheostats ROCK!


    Haha, yes!! I actually can't blame you. I love the TNG ships, but there's something awe-inspring about the original 1701, and also the NX-01. Maybe it's how much they remind us of driving a manual clutch... Maybe it's the fact that even in 2007 we can't imagine computers running EVERYTHING!

    I don't know, but the NX-01 reminds me most of the space program now... and if there's at least one thing I give credit to Enterprise for, it's that the production crew captured the idea of a Starship we could comprehend with technology we can somewhat wrap our minds around. It somehow feels right... like something we all know.

    Maybe b/c it seems like it's connected to my iPhone, lol. But, I still give them credit.


    Funny you should mention iPhones....the displays on the Enterprise set were all run off of apple G4's .
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