Actually any weapon used against the Borg is Quite effective if the Borg are not able to analyze it or it's purely Kinetic. If the borg showed up on earth today they'd be slaughtered by anybody with a handgun. As for crazy leaving the thread, I'm sorry but as long as you are here Kittamaru crazy is never gone. Nor is irrationality and ignorance. In a war between Star Wars and Star trek you have to look at the variables that apply. We have assumed all mortal races on each side ally. We assume each method of FTL is viable. We assume species like the Borg and Vong do not prey on their allies. For resources: Star Wars has a decided advantage. There are more sentient beings on Coruscant than there are in the Federation. Just feeding, clothing and providing basic amenities for this being far outstrips any manufacturing ability possessed in the Milky Way. Population: See above. Technology: While Star Wars does not have food replicators they do seem to have construction replicators. Star Wars doesn't have transporters, but they do have a communication system that spans the galaxy instantly with no delay. Star Wars does not have ships that are fully autonomous, but they do have sentietn servitor droid by the trillions. Firepower: Star Wars has a decided advantage. never in anything viewed has Star trek even came close to the firepowers seen on the screen of Star Wars. You can argue about officer statements all you want, but even today military people often exaggerate, so dialogue means nothing. Shielding: Both generes are impressive shielded for their respective battle fields. Still this puts Star Wars way ahead. Ground Forces: Star Wars has a clear advantage as seen by Empire Strikes back and Attack of the Clones. Failures of Stormtroopers to hit main characters are similiar to the same effect suffered by Star trek bad guys unable to hit ST main characters.