Can't recall if it's been mentioned before, but it would be nice that Oppo consider making their new revision of the universal players more like a pre-pro device. The thinking is that power amps can be left out of and have minimal interference to the low voltage circuits of the new Oppo. 12V trigger feature would need to be implemented.
Have sufficient digital / analogue connections and allowing the Oppo to be the central hub for devices such as set top boxes, DVR, HTPCs, console games, etc. I would go with HDMI 1.4 with 6 in with 2 out on the higher end model with 4 in and 2 out on the lower end.
The bigger sized higher end model has to keep the die hard audiophiles happy. Incorporate dedicated 2-channel circuits with XLR out on stereo.
Ethernet IP controls with an intuitive user interface that'll allow everyone in the family to enjoy playing/using all their devices connected to the Oppo as a whole rather than the current piece meal approach. Something like a built in Plex media server with DLNA. Able to stream DSD files to the Oppo.
Marantz SR-7009, Oppo BPD-93, MTV 7000D, aTV, Harmony Home Control remote, KEF E301+T101, MiniDSP (2x4)+(10x10HD)+(DDRC-88A), Emotiva 2xXPA-5 (Gen2), Rythmik 2xF12G+2xF8, HiMedia Q16, LG 55EC9300.