So I came across this from Entertainment Weekly. Their picks and positions of the top ten episodes of TNG. While I mostly agree with this, I'm surprised to see "Measure of a Man" at only six. Personally that always stood out as the best I had ever seen in TNG. It was a low budget of set to the season that ended up making a huge impact on the series. Also, I just didn't care for "The First Duty". It wasn't so much Star Trek as it was boarding school. I would replace it with "Deja Q" or "Sarek" as both easily out pace a couple of dishonest children. I guess since there are more then just ten good eps in TNG, unlike Voy, its hard to tell really. If the point is to show TNG at its best then "The First Duty" has to go and be replaced with something on the level of "Sarek" or "Reunion".
To celebrate the series' 20th anniversary, Entertainment Weekly chose its "Top 10 Episodes":
1.) "Yesterday's Enterprise"
2.) "The Best of Both Worlds", Parts I and II
3.) "The Inner Light"
5.) "All Good Things..."
6.) "The Measure of a Man"
7.) "Sins of the Father"
8.) "First Contact"
9.) "The First Duty"
10) "Chain of Command", Parts I and II.