I notice there are VST plugins for all but a lot of instruments that would really put Magix in the leading edge of sound versatility in our current age of music production and composition technology.
There should be a 2nd guitar VST besides the Century one
It would be sick if it had various guitar amps *Besides the Vandal SE*, playing techniques (such as pinches, palm muting, tapping, etc), a chord/scale interface with a fretboard to make riffs/solos for songs, and a historical family of guitars generally recommended for certain genres, like the ES-355 for Blues, the Archtop for Jazz, Tele for Funk, also Strats, Blacktops, SG's, Les Pauls, V's, Explorers, RG's, and Soloists for Rock/Metal, Martin for Classical, Taylor for Country, Lute/Lyre for Folk, etc. Basically similar to how Guitar Pro works, but THE REAL DEAL
That way you could really get lost in finding your guitar playing needs, give us the works! *if possible*
MORE VST instruments like a Tabla, Mbira, Gong, Glockenspiel, Marimba, Maracas, Xylophone, Sistra, Tambourine, Water Drum, Steel Drum "Percussion" Harp, Zither, Sitars, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Uklele "Strings", Xiao (Chinese Flute), Pan Pipes, Harmonica, Church Organ, Bagpipes "Wind" Tuba "Brass", Theremin "Electronic"
Accessories such as the whammy bar (Guitar and Bass), a mutes selection interface (Wolf for Viola's "wolf tone", Violin for *yeah*, straight/cup/buzz/solo/harmon for Trumpet, bucket/derby for Trombone, and stops for French Horn)
Sorry for the long list, it would just be awesome if your company's program had even more enriching diversity!!!! :D