I have complete versions of all of Goldsmith's Trek scores, in forms of varying degrees of legality. V is my favorite of the bunch. The one I'd be most interested in having a 100% legal version of would be Insurrection, because the bootleg I have doesn't have the film version of the ending music. Well, it has it, but it was obviously ripped from the DVD audio, because you can hear sound effects and faint echoes of dialogue. I presume an official release would include a dialogue and sound effects-free version of that.
I'm curious, Imrahil. Given your apparent disdain for electronic sounds in orchestral scores, how do you feel about the score to Short Circuit? Sure it has a lot of synthesizer in it, but given the fact that it's a movie about a robot becoming self-aware and developing a respect for living things while fighting for its own survival, don't you think having a synthesizer prominently placed in the score is appropriate?