I'm hoping for a better software/hardware integration with Radeon graphics cards and CPU power. FCPX does it much better and you can do incredible things even on older machines. Resolve has improved on this side in the last two big releases but noto that much. And it could be nice to see a faster noise reduction and, on the side of the whole package of blackmagic raw, the possibility to preview clips without opening them as for all others mac files.
And what's the difference between this and Frame.io or Vimeo tools?
Wow, love it, especially if we don't need a quantum supercomputer to edit. But I would add a 180 flippable monitor, so that I can close it to the body with monitor out, very useful (I know, they wouldn't sell so many video assist monitor in that case...), an auto-tracking focus chip, a SSD module for poor G2 owners (that bought the camera just one year ago) that could record full slow motion without dropping quality to raw 10000:1, and I would put back old URSA gyroscope to record movement data, which was a great idea.
but how's the quality of Tilta's monitor compared to the original?
Why? can't they leave 4:3 in 4:3? it's called respect for original content.
Saw the first two episodes... not bad but nothing striking. If you know Sergio Leone's movies you will have tons of Dejavu.