||A decent episode, but not very original. We had the Voth walking around the ship with personal cloaking devices not very long ago, so that's not new. Nor is the idea of someone performing experiments on the crew, remember "Where Silence Has Lease" among others. Here, it was revealed slowly, which held my interest, and the Srivani's defence of their actions was interesting. It's essentially the same arguments used in support of vivisection (which I don't agree with). If you value life in any way, then causing suffering to one individual cannot be justified, even if it helps another. Janeway's solution, do something completely mad and nearly get everybody killed, might be typical behaviour even without the experiments. No wonder Tuvok thinks she's reckless, who wouldn't? There seems to be a distinct personality clash between Seven of Nine and Torres, although how much that had to do with the experiments is unclear, still I think they picked it up. The binary pulsar was a very good addition. It's about time we saw a real stellar phenomenon rather than a subspace anomaly, and it appears that binary pulsars are very important in physics. Will we see active star formation next?