They don't even need modules anymore. That was a product of the '90s before the advent of SDR technology and used a PTO with a frequency counter. An Argo VI with a 50 watt PA would be a good modern Scout. TT tried countering the rise of the Elecraft K3 and KX3 with the Eagle and Argo VI, but with the 2008 economic crash, I can see why it wasn't enough. The Rebel and Patriot had a good following, but they used non-standard controllers that were being EOL'd by the OEM supplier, so there wasn't much room for experimentation when the next-gen microcontroller wouldn't fit the RF board. I'd be willing to bet there's enough room in the Eagle architecture to add new features to be competitive with newer offerings. They aren't going to put a touch screen on the thing, but they can probably make it competitive with the K3S and TS-590SG. It'd be nice to add some convenience features like an amp keying line to the Eagle.