Gaming in a time when us long abused scapegoats have risen with pitchforks in hand. A socialist living in a time of political, racial, and gender McCarthyite witch-hunts that involve no shortage of ideological civil war. An anti-theist in a time of mass-enlightenment via the internet and superstition's initial stages of total structural collapse. In these alone I cannot mark myself a revolutionary but at the same time cannot help but find kinship with those of revolutionary flavor.
Of all the Star Trek series this one didn't cover very much in comparison but by often dragging events out between two or more episodes it felt far better developed. It also filled gaps otherwise untouched by but mentioned in previous the other series'.
As it stands, I'd say this is the best in general of them all. None of the characters bored me to tears and pretty much every episode was interesting. I used to love Star Wars but its clear the people at the wheel of Star Trek know what they're doing far more than Lucas ever has.