I know, the last thing we all need, more shuttles, right? Anyway, I've got three more lined up for release once I get permission from Ulrich Prahn ( http://www.haenssgen.de/uni/trek/stmodels.html ) to post them (they use his Type 6 shuttle as a base). As you can see, the conversion process to these different shuttles was actually pretty easy using his very nice kit. Anyway, picture time: First up is Voyager's Type 8 shuttle, successor of the Type 6 (though they did have a few of those onboard as well). Apparently its easy enough to build these that Voyager had an unlimited supply. This one is the shuttlecraft Tereshkova: Next we have a shuttle that made probably the briefest appearance in Star Trek ever, for a few moments at the end of Generations (it flew in front of Picard while he stood on the mountain, I just watched it). As you can see, there are some very big similarities between it and the Type 6. In case it wasn't obvious, the above shuttle was derived from this model, which I believe was an extended Type 6. Anyway, this one is a little more prominant, the Galileo 5 from 1701-A. And here they are together, with their common ancestor: Here's a picture of the Type 8 with the Type 9. I'm not quite sure they're to scale, I think the Type 8 is slightly too large.