What I would like to see is CharacterTool support more frameworks and have the ability to design character sheets with ease.
I would also like something like RealmWorks/MasterPlan but ties directly in to MapTool. There was a program called RPGM that is built with JAVA that was similar to this. The designer/programmer basically abandoned the project when it was starting to work.
True dat!! I would like to do something like this, but...well life is a B*tch and time just sucks...
The final program I would like is something like CombatManager for Pathfinder but not tied to C# so I can use it on my Arch linux boxes. I use this program almost every time I DM which means I have to use my Windows system as it doesn't run in WINE(and probably never will).
From the tiny bit I have just seen, this looks like what CT/IT is supposed to do. The big issue is getting them over the last few hurdles. I know Jay is around, but I don't think he is able to spend any real time on either program. Personally, I would love to see this sort of thing be both stand alone as well as integrated into MT. My thoughts here are along the lines of networked. Imagine IT being networkable but just like MT, the player clients can do/see only what the GM says they can. To some degree, players can also allow access to parts or all of their character(currently "open") over the network for the other players to view.