The 93 and 95 have the current bases pretty well covered. Some of the current shortcomings such as the Netflix and Pandora Widgets are beyond OPPO's control.
The introduction of a new player now or in the near future might be a step backward. It is my understanding that the Blu-Ray License requires limiting Component Video Outputs to 480i for players introduced after January 1, 2012. There may be other requirements as well. So, any players introduced now or in the future will further limit how we can use what we have purchased. It looks more and more like the Media Companies have merely lent us what we have paid for and we don't really own it.
What's on the horizon that might make a new OPPO player attractive or a must buy item?
4K is getting a lot of press at CES. Until and if 4K media becomes available it isn't an issue for a player. The up conversion is going to take place in the Display Device. Given the paranoia of the Media Companies, I don't expect to see much, if any, 4K Titles released in the next year or two. The exception might be a few demos or Titles made available bundled with 4K Displays ala Avatar 3D with Panasonic 3D Displays.
Ethernet over HDMI is an optional part of the HDMI 1.4 spec. If any AVR/AVP maker implements it, the required Ethernet Switch should be in the AVR/AVP, it then becomes a desirable feature in a BDP.
It would also be nice to have HDMI over Ethernet in a future OPPO. Once again, in order to be of much use it also needs to be implemented in the AVR/AVP.
While I haven't seen all of the details of the 55" OLED Displays being shown by LG and Samsung at CES, it would not surprise me if the only connection required was a single Ethernet Cable. Power would be provided via POE, Signal via HDMI over Ethernet and Internet.
To sum up, I don't really see a need for a new player from OPPO for the next 18 to 24 Months. Any earlier and what is given up through new Blu-Ray License requirements won't be repaid through extra functionality.