I'm an oldtime fan from the 1970s, so I've grown up watching every iteration of Trek. But I have to say that often times, "die hard" Trek fans can be their own worst enemies. Trek, for all intents and purposes, was dead by the time Abrams came along, so no, he didn't ruin it. Don't act all indignant about inconsistencies from old Trek. Even TOS wasn't consistent with itself (Remember Sulu & crew trapped on a planet because the transporter was splitting people into good/evil halves? Why didn't they just use shuttlecraft?). It's fun to point out flaws, and I do it myself. However, to tell an interesting story, there will be creative license, and things like hiding a ship underwater will be done for dramatic effect. If you are like others who want to boycott this film, you'll only ensure that this generation of Trek fans will be the last one.