Yeah, Voyager had some good individual stuff -- I'd say that season 4 is probably its strongest season and that's entirely down to the conflict in personalities and methodologies between the newly assimlated and Seven and the rest of the crew. A microcosm of the same conflict the series has seemingly been predicated on before they cut off Chakotay's balls in order not to undermine the franchise's first ongoing female captain.
What we should have gotten with Voyager was something more akin to the crazy dynamism of Farscape of people who don't want to be together in a place none of them want to be.
Of all the extreme lameness that the show was guilty of, the thing that never sat right with me was Harry Kim's static rank. If you accept that "well, we don't have the sort of situation here to justify increasing folks' rank", the demotion of Tom Paris from Lt down to Ensign should have theoretically provded the space within that closed system for Harry to move up a grade or two. Instead, the writers left hi at the bottom of the pecking order and just reinstated Tom a year later.