QD, you might have opened a new thread. But let's keep the discussion here.
I am not opposed to change, I just dislike change that happens retroactively, in a way that it does not improve the consistency (as in TOS Remastered) but worsens it. Consistency, just like the prevailing optimism of the franchise, is one of Trek's most valuable assets, and this was jeopardized in Star Trek Enterprise and was downright abandoned in the reboot movie.
And to mention only two examples, the use of the basic Akira design on behalf of the boss who liked that 24th century ship was just as conscious a mistake as was the upscaling of the New Enterprise to allow just one particular scene -- both for no good reason.
The difference between me and the fans who chime in in anti-EAS threads is that I am tolerant, and that I never insult other fans for their readiness to accept changes as silly as these are in my firm opinion. I can understand if someone sees Trek as entertainment that does not hold up to closer examination. But once I have decided to care about it, I would not be content with saying "So this is the list of everything that is different now. Who cares?". Some people even accused me of compiling this list in the first place as if the new film were a holy cow.
I respect your view and thanks for your understanding!