1. A manifold of at least 3 power-sensing, automatic blast gates for the CTs. When I set up my Festools, I position them in a U-shaped configuration. The Kapex is on the left leg of the U, 2 MFTs at the bottom of the U for sanding, routing, dominoing, etc, and a 4x8 table with TS-55 on the right side of the U for breaking down sheets. The CT is stationed in the middle of the U to serve all three positions. The manifold could mount to the CT handle or boom arm and would connect through the 50mm hose to the CT. 3 (or more) 36mm hoses would connect from the manifold to each tool station. Each gate would be opened by activating the tool at each position. When the tool powers down, the CT would run for a few seconds to clear the hose, then the gate would close. No more changing hoses or cords for users. More hose sales for Festool. Win-Win.
2. +1 for a DW735-type portable planer with helical head
3. +1 for a Systainer-based continuous-duty, quiet air compressor (like the Thomas T-635HD) http://www.finehomebuilding.com/toolguide/product-finder/thomas-hd-air-compressor.aspx
4. Storage cart for multiple MFTs that would also serve as MFT
5. Modification to exisiting SYSPORT for better drawer latching and elimination of goofy green button. PLEASE!!!
6. A mechanism to perfectly align the holes in two MFTs for cutting long and/or short panel with 2 guide rails, one per MFT.
7. An improved mechanism for more precise squaring of the guide rails on MFT.
8. Improved Kapex rail extensions with deeper, adjustable aluminum rails that remain parallel to the Kapex fence.
9. Replaceable zero-clearance throat plates for Kapex.
10. Locking casters/wheels/base for MFT3/Kapex