||This seemed like a trap from the start, and they fell right into it. I've often thought Janeway is reckless, and this proves it. They were after one individual, a baby, and risked the ship and crew by attacking a vastly superior force. Madness that could only end one way, as indeed it did. The one particularly interesting feature was the suicide bomber, who must have used some specialist Cardassian trick to fool medical scanners. Incidentally, why didn't Janeway use the Voyager's greatest advantage and run flat out at Warp 9.9 for a few hours. There's no way the Kazon would keep up with that. Still, it's interesting to see another landing (Cullah must have been reading the manuals to get it right). Still, the set-up kept me in suspense for a few months, so I suppose it just about worked.