4 Behold the Delta Flyer!HumanLeaguefan | 26/11/2008 | See all HumanLeaguefan's reviews (218)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer Top 100 Music Reviewer Top 100 Books Reviewer In an enjoyable season that welcomes the new sleek Delta Flyer shuttlecraft, this fifth season of 'Star Trek Voyager' has much to praise amongst its offerings. In my opinion I'd first highlight 100th episode "Timeless", a fascinating past and present time tale which offers a marvellous performance from Garrett Wang, guest appearance of Captain LaForge of the Starship Challenger and that impressive Voyager crash landing on a snow covered world. I feel that "Infinite Regress" offers Jeri Ryan a great opportunity to stretch her acting abilities portraying multiple personalities with most of them (like Ferengi) quite humourous in an intriguingly enjoyable story that provides ultimate danger for Tuvok. Excellent performances from both Robert Picardo and Kate Mulgrew in the dramatically moving "Latent Image", a tale where there is tampering with the Doctor's memory in an attempt to protect him from an ethical crisis. Probably the centrepiece of the season is the 'feature length' "Dark Frontier" where the crew attempt to steal a transwarp coil from the Borg. I love the background insight on offer here of Seven's former parents, the Hanson's and their observation research of arguably Star Trek's greatest foe. I'd also praise the fascinatingly intriguing time mystery assignment for Seven taking her back to Voyager shortly before its first launch from space dock in "Relativity". Let's not forget the humourous success that is "Someone To Watch Over Me" with both Robert Picardo and Jeri Ryan clearly on top form as the Doctor attempts to teach Seven social skills. Looking over the 'special features' on the seventh disc and there are about 90 ¾ mins of what I'd term as 'big hitter' items, supplemented by easter eggs and trailers of about 22 mins giving you almost 113 mins of extras in total. Naturally we lead off with a 'Braving the Unknown' season overview (20 mins) plus the usual 'Voyager Time Capsule' feature which for this title features one for 'B'Elanna Torres' (16 ¾ mins) and 'Tom Paris' (approx 15 mins), with the former for me being the more satisfactory item. Taking over from "Star Trek : First Contact" actress Alice Krige couldn't have been easy but I reckon Susanna Thompson did a fair job during Voyager and the actress is given a worthy 6 ¾ mins in "The Borg Queen Speaks" item. The other main items on offer find Senior Illustrator Rick Sternbach doing a worthy and interesting job in guiding us through the 'Ships of the Delta Quadrant' (approx 12 mins) whilst we spend approx 19 ½ mins with Makeup Designer Michael Westmore whom provides similarly enjoyable insight into his series work during "Delta Quadrant Makeup Magic". Reasonably satisfying extras alongside some mighty fine stories make this definitely one of the better Star Trek Voyager season box sets.