CALLING ALL GAUGERS! If we make enough noise, they might hear it in the manufacturing sector. Santa didn't bring it because the elves don't make it! You didn't scratch build it or kitbash it because your brother snitched Dad's Dremel when he took off to dental school. What will you do? MAKE A LIST. Trains; I'd like Bachmann to bring back their "HO" Metroliner set from the 70's, and bring back the Avro Turbo train in "N", release it in HO in CN, Amtrak and Penn Central. The Rohr Amtrak Turbo in late 70's livery. Con-Cor Dreamscheme autoloaders in "HO". A plastic ACELA that doesn't cost as much as the real one. Passenger cars with open side doors and exposed stairs, preferably optional. Structures and Accessories; North American structures of Kibri and Vollmer quality without the Walther's price! A variety of 50's & 60's era (will fit in up to date) Motel and Motor Lodge kits, complete with a simulated neon forecourt sign. Including Holiday Inn and the defunct Superior Motel chain. Lighted Howard Johnson's and Holiday Inn signs. MORE two track bridges that don't cost an arm and a leg. A two to four track viaduct. There's too many single track bridges and viaducts on the market. Catenary that doesn't look like it's from the middle of Europe, and doesn't cost as much as a trip there to install thirty feet. Yes, I know about Model Memories and their New Haven Catenary, and I've heard mixed reviews. Vehicles WITH DRIVERS at the wheel, and additional passengers. MORE American and Japanese cars that don't cost US$7.95 for a tiny piece of shiny plastic. For that price it should be metal with opening doors, hood and boot. Cripes, Matchbox used to do it in metal for only 49 cents!! At this expense, how are you supposed to fill a parking lot without going broke? A greater variety of 60's American vehicles (Chrysler/Plymouth/Dodge, Pontiac, Studebaker). Vehicles with opening doors. Am I dreaming or what?? Let's hear what you'd like to see coming to the mailbox! George.