60GHz radios with SFP slots - this should have happened long time ago, even if it's just SFP and not SFP+. Running fiber is cheaper then ever before and solves EMI issues.
WIFI6 - Mikrotik is late to the game and competition is never sleeping
And in general anything that doesn't have flapping ports (just don't use the problematic switch chipsets ever again), stupid hardware limitations (include all available interfaces CPU provides, if it does have USB, at least put header on the PCB or extra miniPCIe slot) and more routers with SFP+ slots (and support passive DAC cables, don't do the 4011 thing ever again).
What I really DON'T want to ever see from Mikrotik are devices with 16MB of flash and limited ram, now that it's clear ROS 7 with wifi2 package will not run on these. It's one thing to announce it will not be compatible with older products... but if any device is announced with these limited specs now, it will be D.O.A.
I would have to agree with what was already said. I am planning on buying a RB4011, but I think MT missed on it. It should of had 10Gb copper ports instead of 1Gb ports. I also think they shot them self's in the foot with the WAP Ac upgrades knowing that they are going to release Router Os 7 with the WiFi 2 software upgrade.
What I would like to see them release....
1) Hex with a SFP+ and 5 1Gb ports,
2) WAP/CAP with a 4x4 matrix, 128MB Flash, 256 or 512 DDR, 1.2GHz ARM, 1Gb or 2.5Gb ethernet port.
3) CRS30X with 5 10Gb copper ports and one SFP+ port. (RB260 Type of switch)
When we have the CRS318-16P-2S+OUT and CRS328-24P-4S+RM could we not also have something like CRS314-12P-2S+IN or even better CRS314-8P-4P+-2S+IN
As the board already seems to exist
Any of these with rack ears would be good and even better if the smallest one could be powered by POE in which could be put in an attic and take a couple of new wifi6 ax access points and run a few CCTV cameras (seems to be working for Unifi).