There are a lot of things to love about Star Trek over the years and in its various incarnations. And sure, there are a lot of truly awful Trek moments too. Probably no single Trek episode or film better embodies that duality than Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It’s ambitious and visually stunning, but it’s also got the pacing of a turtle trying to climb uphill on an ice sheet. Thankfully, it also features a gorgeous score composed and conducted by the late Jerry Goldsmith. Now La-La Land Records is releasing a limited-edition three-disc set of Goldsmith’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture soundtrack. It’s a limited run of 10,000, so you’d best jump on it if you want a copy.