I've done a lot of mockery of Voyager, but they've finally figured themselves out. Unfortunately, they only figured out how to make the show when it's already in season 7.
It's as though they realized they were working on their last season, so they'd better do all the plots they have been avoiding for no reason whatsoever. Season 7 is the first time you see real conflict between the Voyager crew and the Maquis crew. Of course, there's no reason for anyone to remain loyal to the Maquis, so the entire mutiny is driven by the Star Trek equivalent of a mystical curse.
Even though it's been delayed, Season 7 really does shine. I'm less than half-way through, and almost all of the episodes have been solid, character driven episodes.