During the second anniversary event, the devs, two fan radio channels and the fandom as a whole gathered together to commission the U.S.S. Enterprise-F with her designer, Adam Ihle leading the charge. It says something when the fandom as a whole gathered in Earth Spacedock, in dress uniforms, to celebrate the launching of the next Enterprise. Sadly, there's no permanent recordings of the event (at least publicly).
One of the accolade dialogues in Temporal Ambassador gives a great one to the Enterprise-C.
Tasha: She's a beautiful ship. It's a shame we have to destroy her to restore the timeline.
The Preservers. Imagine being a race of incredibly advanced beings with the capability of exploring everywhere in the Galaxy... and being all alone. Then imagine deciding to take your advanced technology and using it to create lifeforms shaped after you and then going into a long cryogenically-aided sleep, hoping your experiments will work. And then, imagine waking from that sleep and seeing your creations finding you, learning that your experiments succeeded. And then, instead of acting malevolently towards them, calling them your "children" and joining with them to see how the galaxy has progressed, because you left it for your "children" to have. Now that is the definition of a Benevolent Precursor.
During the Summer event every so often there's a dance party. Since so many players play it for marks, its not uncommon to see IRL couples dancing together at the event, regardless of race, gender, or species. Daww.
The Klingon missions "Afterlife" and "The Gates of Gre'thor" have you rallying spirits of Klingons who had fallen and lost their honor. Two of those are Doran, the first officer of your first ship, and Jurlek, the captain that you ended up delivering a Klingon Promotion to on said ship. As it turns out, Doran's husband was right about her being in Gre'thor and you ended up imposing a Heel Face Door Slam on Jurlek, but convince both of them to aid in as well. When your team arrive at the titular gates, the Klingons join in on attacking the demons there and Doran ends up aiding you in opening the gates. By the time those gates are opened, all of those spirits are gone. You gave them a chance to regain their honor, even the cowardly Jurlek.
From Sphere of Influence, the newest featured episode:
Worf: Send your engineer my regards. Captain Shon: I'll let ChiefO'Brien know.
Note that they're talking about Kirayoshi O'Brien, not Miles. Yes, Worf is still attached to that little baby he and Jadzia used to babysit. Dawwww
Since Legacy of Romulus, several Romulan Republic Officers have been assigned to various facilities all over the galaxy from Qo'noS to Earth Spacedock, to Deep Space Nine and in between. Seeing a Romulan couple at DS9's replimat, or a pair of RR officers talking about the stars from Earth looking towards their new home in Tau Dewa, watching the formerly Xenophobic Romulans seemingly in awe and dazzled at the worlds beyond their borders and the people who live there is very touching.
R.R. Officer #1: I never thought I would be sitting here on Qo'noS quietly talking. R.R. Officer #2: See I told you the Klingons aren't that bad.
Dave Rivas' behind the scenes video of him recording Captain Shon, while completely hilarious, also shows how much he really takes being the new Enterprise captain seriously. The sheer giddyness on his face when he mentions he plays Shon really makes it clear.
When you rescue Admiral Quinn, you can ask him how can they trust him as they were just ambushed by a fake Quinn. Quinn tells you that he had his misgivings in promoting you after Vega Colony, but now he admits he made the right suggestion.
The end of the Federation/KDF war and seeing everyone celebrating.