Quantum Torpedoes V Photon Torpedos
And if you want to bring in Omniscentient Beings into this...
And ST wins.
Their ships can set their Star Ship grade phasers to stun and shoot a city from orbit.
The main reason why this isn't regularly employed is because ST planets use planetary shields more often than SW.
They have the Argo.(Star Trek Nemisis)
Hand phasers auto target. Blasters don't.
Hand phaser have more options than blasters.
Stun: Phaser and Blaster
Kill: Phaser and Blaster
Energey Wall thingy: Phaser
Incinerate: Phaser and Blaster
Burst Fire: Phaser and Blaster
If you were to ask me I'd say that blasters provide harder hits for each shot but phasers are much more versitile.
Personal shield bubbles are not unheard of in Star Trek.
Tricorders are hand held scanners with more scanning ability than any starship in Star Wars
And Just because warp strafing occurs mostly in TOS it doesn't mean that they won't use it 100 years later.
The UFoP stuff appears to be quality over quantity.
They only had 1 SSD.
Point by point:
Photonic fusion blasts are plenty powerful, and are meant to punch tight holes in shields as much as do damage to the ship itself. Mostly the big ships in star wars use concussion missiles, which are basically like little bunker-buster nukes.
Q sits back and laughs. He doesn't care about humans beyond entertainment. One universe is as good as another for him.
Star Wars planets all have planetary shields if they're major population centers. They just don't bring it up in the movies.
Seriously? dune buggy shuttles outdo over a dozen types of walkers and hover tanks?
Some blasters CAN auto-target. E-11s cannot, but that's because the empire is cheap and can afford to waste the troops. They also come with abilities ranging from heating, cutting, flame thrower, grenade launcher, stun web launcher, gas dispensing, dart shooting, grapple hooks, and on and on and on.
Personal shields are used in Star Wars but rarely, as well. They're expensive. Some look like whole body shields like the life belts in the ST animated series, and others are like the hand-held gungan shields. Every scifi seems to have something like that.
In the SW universe, there are sensor devices equivalent to tricorders and med scanners that are handheld as well. Even BSG has a lot of this sort of thing on Caprica and the other home planets.
As I said before, you strafe a stationary target while at warp and you have miliseconds (If you use a computer AND have outstanding range on the phasors), not long enough to do an attack, and no starship in the Trek universe carries enough torpedos to kill one of the Mon Cal cruisers or a Star Destroyer. No way to do in a fleet from ultra-long range. And as I've seen brought up in another forum, the force precognition all force wielders have allows them to respond to your warp strafing before you get there, so they'd have their shields up and their weapons readied. Even match, I'd call it.
Finally, you're WAY off on the count of SSDs. VADER only owned one. The empire has several dozen, if you count all their fleets, as well as the two superweapon SSDs Eclipse and Eclipse II, which combine ships almost twice as long as Vaders with death star lasers on the bow, gravity wells (generally used in SW as a means of ripping ships out of hyperspace, but also usable as an offensive weapon by savvy crews), and a force-based cloaking method in addition to a standard cloaking device.
You have 6 movies to go on, but there are over 300 novels, 4 other movies, several TV series and many comic series which are all canon and show all of these things. Wookipedia can help you out with a lot of this, you should take a look. It's good about citation so you can find the source, too, if you're curious.
Actually by Endor three were built and one on production.
The Executor-Vaders ship
The Eclipse-Armed with a mini death star beam. Later stolen by Tiber Zhan
The Vengance-Another Exector class
Even if they stunned the city they cant keep them stunned forever.
Those walkers were scout walkers! Plus those were big trees. What they would use would be At-Ats At-ST AT-TT AT-RT AT-TE and a couple of others. The force counters Q. Besides that race is lame.
ST simply cant win. They arent a war series. They have less industrial capacity and population. They dont have big enough ships. They lack any ground based forces.
Good list, but you missed one. Lusankya. Sure, she was buried in the cityscape of Coruscant at the time, but she WAS built.
Oh, and Strait Raider, I know your sources, but they're misleading. Not all sectors are created equal, so while the core, colonies and inner rim fleets has SSDs and other large command craft of similar performance or size, other areas, like around Hutt Space, would pick an ISD as the command ship. Devestator, the original Iron Fist and Chimera for instance. And areas with their own governmental structure, like the Corellian System, have smaller forces of Imp ships as well.
That's why I say the Federation could make this work. They can build an alliance of the separate groups to gang up with SW and ST tech combined against the Empire, Sith or whatever evil group is in charge when they arrive, and can build those alliances and barter those deals without the empire finding out until it's too late.