Sorry for double-post, but @DefianceIndustries posted while I was posting . Actually, I think you're wrong on this one. The shot is clearly angled toward the stern - if it was towards the bow, we'd see those big prong things in space outside of the bow of the ship. As for which version is more correct, I think you always should go with the higher detail version - in this case, the non-gameplay version of the hangar. Keep in mind, it is highly probable, indeed almost certain, that the hangar and the ship were modelled separately. Even in the FMV scenes, you just don't need a fully-modelled hangar interior while rendering a cutscene showing the carrier flying by. But both versions are just versions. They're not definitive. After all, how do you reconcile them with the reality of the game? Where are all the fighters the Lexington carried, if you have just a few parking bays along one side? For that matter, where is the half of the flight deck that got taken over by the Black Lance in the novel? Now, granted, the novel was written under the impression that this is a Confederation-class ship, with two separate flight decks. But it's well worth reconciling by having parking bays along both sides (as I said above). There probably should also be a couple of really distinct repair bays, with weird sci-fi equipment that allows a ship to be lifted up and stuff. You know, go wild! Don't stop at recreating what they had in 1996.