Great question Sarang.
It used to be that people wanted real wood options, and look, we've had that now for a little while. Just goes to show that Axiom listens to the customer base and future suggestions. I don't know what they should do different. They offer a wide product line, with a bunch of finishes, and the design is solid sonically, so only minor tweaks are made to the design. I think that the biggest thing that I've heard or thought is the physical design of the cabinets *could* be updated a little bit, but that would probably cost more too.
For me, I like them as is. :-)
M60s, VP180, VP150, QS8s, M3s, SVS 20-39PCi, Shakers