Thank you for these ideas! One of the things I want to focus on, however, is unique examples that would be far better off getting new models and textures, rather than those that could be just as easily and accurately reproduced through a repaint of one of the existing models from prior products. In the case of Bud Anderson's "Old Crow", I would personally just love to see a repaint of that aircraft applied to one of the "Little Friends I" aircraft (the Millie G model, to be exact), and I'd be willing to do it myself to help ensure quality. Regarding Glamorous Glenn, however, as suggested, it could be quite a can of worms - I don't even know if I would feel comfortable just making a repaint depicting that aircraft - it seems there has been a 'witch hunt' over the last several years, rumored to be led by Yeager's current wife, claiming that the use of the name and related artwork is copy-right protected (all to try and get more $).
There are some unique qualities like the Spitfire mirrors on "Cripes A' Mighty (IV)", as reproduced in this product, which meant that a repaint of a prior model just wouldn't cut it for me. There will definitely be a "Twilight Tear, Then and Now", a project that is also very exciting to me, as I was able to get some great access to the real aircraft (which I think is now one of the top two, if not the single-most, authentic P-51D restorations on the planet - it's really that incredible). There will also be a "Hardwick Mustangs" product, focusing attention of the restored "Marinell" and "Janie", which will be exact reproductions of the modern aircraft. These are all 'back-burner' projects, keeping me busy while working on other things, but they are also not that easy to produce in a reasonable amount of time. This latest product required several weeks of testing and revising after the product was already looking very solid/ready for release.
As mentioned elsewhere, I've gotten the impression that a post-war ANG and USAF F-51D would be highly desired. I would also love to cover a couple of the stripped-down stock Cleveland-racers of the late 40's. I don't know how well received it might be, but I would also like to re-issue some of the unique and individual Mustangs from both of the Restored Part 1 and Part 2 products, so that those who don't have those products, but would like to have one or two of the examples from either, could go ahead and just have those, without having to spend more for more Mustangs that one might otherwise not be interested in. These would be updated versions, and for those who already have the aircraft through owning either the Restored Part 1 or Part 2 products, will also get the updates free-of-charge - this idea, however, still needs to be worked out.