Personally, I hope that PH will consider opening up Reason even more to third party developers. The API for rack extensions is only available for registered companies, AFAIK, it's not "open" to everyone. I'd like to see a C++ and/or Lua scripting API for the entire software so that users could write their own functions and classes for Reason.Yeah, I know. Waste of breath. Won't happen.
OK, at least give us some kind of walled garden "Super-Combinator" device for combinators, with advanced macro control and scripting and self-contained packages of clips, automation data, notes, samples, etc.(Yeah... right. If Reason version 10, by any means, is a new measure of what's to expect from future releases, maybe we'll see "the most innovative Reason ever" in version 11, offering 10 different knob designs for the good old Combinator.)