I don't have a specific request but perhaps something that could be considered would be a generic city building that can be used in a variety of ways to create larger sets of buildings.
The basic idea being office space or apartments on the upper levels but smaller storefront on the street level.
Alternatively, just a random building or set of buildings that could be used as a backdrop of a set.
It hasn't been that long ago that I was wandering through the various models in the forum and the word that came to mind when seeing how many models you have created was 'prolific'!
Also, I put it on the backburner but did some initial exploration into storing A:M resources on github.
Adding resources then becomes similar to programming an application with capability of updates and dialing back to earlier changes.
Others can then clone/branch out a repository of their own and use that as necessary and even use it is their productions (ala SVN).
This data would also form the next A:M Extras and folks could download partial or complete sets of data as necessary.
I like the idea but only explored to the point of confirming that is was a viable option.
Not that users would do this but one idea associated with this was that users could open 'tickets' to update and improve resources as well or suggest new resources.
Those that want to add resources just get set up on github and open a Pull Request (PR).
That PR then gets merged into the main branch.
For those seeking profits additions to the repo could be funded via BountySource.
I have two test sets:
If I recall correctly the AMdata set was for perfecting 'official data' while the amexchange set was catering to new resources.
For instance, with AMdata someone could post an issue relating that the Rabbit rig not posing correctly at 100% on the Dynamic Action slider (which it isn't) and then that issue would be fixed and the Model updated in the data set.
I see from the dates the first one was from two years ago. Yikes. How time flies.
The initial commit appears to be from five years ago! Not sure if I believe that.