I, for one, am very much looking forward to this "reboot." The trailers are patently exciting, and Abrams, a self-confessed "non-Trekker", seems to have enough remove from the show's mythology to approach it fresh, in effect "contemporizing" it, while retaining the original precis of the series. The casting looks spot-on, the effects impeccable — I frankly don't care that Abrams might have toyed with the series "history" to tell this particular chapter; die-hard Trek obsessives have spouted objections, most of which tends to be quasi lunatic-fringe stuff, the picayune nature of which I doubt will muddy what has come before (either the TV or film incarnations), and might very well be a fascinating new direction for Abrams & Co. to explore. (I'm not necessarily a raving fan of Abrams work, mind you, but thought he certainly produced the best Mission Impossible film thus far, so he seems up to the task for this project). In any event, color me ready to boldly go, etc., etc.