So I'm not really sure this is particularly on MY wishlist, but here goes:
As some might know, Windows 8 looks as though it will introduce a new "world" if you will, called "Metro." There are a variety of applications in the developer preview, like the control panel, and Internet Explorer that have both a "Metro" and "Desktop" version. I was wondering if the developers would consider adding a read-only "Metro" interface to MediaMonkey. I would envision something that shares the database with MediaMonkey on the desktop, but might not allow the full range of editing or customizability - perhaps just a "player" with the ability to edit minimally things like the rating of a song. I would want such a product to be able to give me access to my full library and any playlists that were avaliable. And maybe an easy way to connect to the library on a computer on the same network.
I'm not sure how possible this is. I'm not sure if people would even want this. It's pretty much just an idea I had. But I expect it might be the kind of feature that could set MediaMonkey even further apart from competition.