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This is part of the reason I made the suggestion. If you ignore the TNG-era, the debate suddenly becomes a lot more interesting, because instead of Voyager taking decades to get home, or kt-Mt torpedoes, you're looking GO24, or the "Obsession" AM change putting a decent-sized hole in a planet or the E-nil treating a 1000-ly trip as an inconvenience in "That Which Survives".
That is quite tempting at times, I will admit. However, having grown up with both TOS and TNG, it would be hard for me to throw THAT out.
Right now, what I'm thinking is this:
Trek Canon: Original Series, First four movies, Undiscovered Country, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Generations, and First Contact are definitely canon, with everything else being "pick-and-choose". I.E., pick the worldbuilding elements such as events, characters, species, natural phenomena, and starship classes from the other series, movies, and video games that fit with the overall "feel", and disregard the rest.
Wars Canon: Original Trilogy, Prequel Trilogy, The Clone Wars, Rebels, Rogue One, and Solo, along with the "Tarkin" and "Thrawn" novels. Disregard the Sequel Trilogy, that was a floundering pile of pointlessness.
Obviously, starship weapons yields and the like will be "massaged", in order to prevent curbstomps. Because stompfics like "Portal" and "Conquest" are, to be frank, at best boring, and usually just godawful.