Here's the thing about all the later seasons of Star Trek. It takes a full 7 seasons for a Star Trek series to become really really good. Like TNG - Perun and I have had this discussion before, but seasons 1 and 2 of TNG are really really bad (with a few gems) as the actors get to know each other, the writers find good niches, and the like. Enterprise has this same arc, but it doesn't finish. Seasons one and two are kinda crappy, but three and especially four are really, really really good. But it took me years to get around to watching those episodes because I was so disillusioned. We were spoiled by the other series, because everyone forgave Season 1 and 2 of TNG because they were so Star Trek deprived. Then we went from the end of TNG (which was amazing) into the end of DS9 (which was awesome), and into the end of Voyager (which was fairly good). So then we got…shocked by the adjustment period. I really do believe Enterprise would have had three fucking killer seasons to finish it out. I've read a lot of the plans they had, and they were awesome. For instance, they were going to have a Guinan episode. Also, they were going to do the Romulan War and end with the Battle of Charon. It should have been spectacular. Unfortunately, they shot themselves in the foot early and were unable to even limp to the finish.