Sorry for jumping in late, but I agree with lower left . Here's my reasoning...
OS: Activity > Obtaining. The super humans want freedom from exile. They want a spaceship and the means to strike at anyone who might stand in their way. The crew of the enterprise wants peace and justice. The science team wants a safe planet on which to test their device.
MC: Situation > The Future. Kirk is haunted by a future where he's no longer commanding a starship, no longer able to do what he does best. His birthday & eyeglasses are reminders of his ultimate decrepitude.
IC: Fixed Attitude > Innermost Desires. This is the quad that I think hints strongest at the issue for each through line, but let's not jump ahead of ourselves. Spock's main drive is to protect his cadets, his ship and his captain -- as shown by the ultimate sacrifice he makes to do so.
RS: Manipulation > Changing One's Nature. "I have been, and always shall be, your friend." Over the course of the story, Kirk and Spock go from being Captain / Science Officer to lifelong friends saying farewell to one another.
Edit: Oh, and the main character is, in my opinion, a stop character. We're waiting for him to stop feeling old / being morose about his situation. "Dammit, Jim, other people have birthdays. Why do we have to treat yours like a funeral?"