I don't know about the rest of you, but I've certainly been able to hold a grudge over a betrayal 30 years ago, especially after being ghosted after the fact. So Jean-Luc's grudge against Ro rings true to me somehow.
I don't get KurtzmanTrek design ethos, anyway. "We can't make ships designed in the '60s look like they were designed in the '60s! That's so daaaaaaated! We'll make them look like ships designed in 1987, instead!"
Except for the whole "BLUE NEON X-TREME!" note on all of it... Very Andrew Probert of them, I guess.
Not that it was a bad thing in TMP, where it was subtle. And even in TNG, when they'd show a Miranda-class or Excelsior-class, the whole thing wasn't doused in blue neon. But as of KurtzmanTrek, it's like retroactively every Starfleet ship from NX-01 to the Intrepid shown in Picard S3 has a level of technological advancement measured by 0.000x%.
Same level of absurdity as having a TOS-era D7 show up in Voyager, but even then, they at least wrote in an excuse for using such an old ship. As of Picard Season 3, (Strange New Worlds version of) Pike's Enterprise would show up and nobody would even notice it isn't a contemporary ship.