That's the way I was for a while, until I did some research on LeVar Burton. It's like... wow. Seasoned actor, producer, director, award winner and the Reading Rainbow host! He's directed numerous episodes for The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise. So with a resume like this, experience with EVERYONE involved with Star Trek spanning two decades, the studio (with Rick Berman's full support) decided to go to a man who's defining trait in the movie business was being an "editing doctor". Not only could he not pronounce LeVar Burton's name properly numerous times, he thought his character Geordie was an alien.I don't hate Nemesis, but considering all its flaws and liberties taken with the characters, I don't like it either.
And if you can stay asleep through his commentary (he pauses more than Shatner does), he came up with the idea of giving the phasers a "lock and load" mechanic... Two movies ago, these same exact phasers were activated with a mere push of a button on it's side accompanied by a cool "charge" sound effect, but Baird thought that was unrealistic so he now has the phasers being cocked like a real rifle complete with, and I'm not joking, a stock cocking gun sound effect.