I have long used all of your tools to good effect. I recently started using the latest version of RF Cascade Workbook for a new design and it is really great. Yes! By all means, continue the series.
I think what I would like to see is the spur web capablity from RF Workbench (Tx/Rx) on a more modern platform (other than DOS). It still works well but it is kind of slow and difficult to use with other applications - can't copy n' paste, for example. It would be nice to calculate, but perhaps not plot on the spur web, spurs higher than 9th order. I would like to be able to cut and paste all the calculated spurs into a Word document. Also, I would like to be able to have a predicted signal level associated with each spur. This is possible with RF Workbench but it is somewhat tedius to do since you have to manually select which spur to calculate. With the increased computational power of the machines these days, I think those spur levels could possibly be generated automatically without slowing things down too much. I don't think that such a capability would have to be within the same file as RF Cascade Workbook but Excel is a decent platform.
Just my thoughts.