More building variety. While I like US2, the buildings are all too similar, makes it hard to figure out what part of the city you’re in .
And, dare I say it, a lower price tag? While your stuff is really great and I’m sure you put a lot of hard work into it - which is why it’s so great - The $35-$45 and up price tags make pruchasing any of your sets a very expensive proposition for a low budget hobbyist like me.
I had to tighten the belt considerably after buying US2, and believe me it was not fun.
Perhaps a set of smaller releases for US3 with a bundled version? This could address the price and allow Stefan an opportunity to separate themed buildings from each other?
So for instance Stefan could have Urban Sprawl 3: Skyscrapers as a set of, say, 6-8 buildings representing towers of industry that you often find in commercial or financial centers and a few configurations as blocks in one release with appropriate props (like a low res luxury car) and then another set called Urban Sprawl 3: Residential, which has apartments and condominiums and appropriate props, then Urban Sprawl 3: Recreation, which has a mini-mall, small park, cafes, gyms, and so on.
Then pack all these in a bundle Urban Sprawl 3: Complete which, along with the individual releases, includes configurations that combine all buildings. The bundle would also have extra goodies (like maybe low resolution, fixed pose people, extra vehicles that the other releases don’t have, and such).
With the smaller releases, the budget conscious can pick out which set they really need or want, but for those who can splurge, they can get the bundle which has extra stuff the smaller sets don’t.
Of course, this may mean more work for Stefan and more legwork to negotiate with DAZ, so he’d have to weigh if the potential profit is worth the effort.
As for what I would like to add in US3, an under construction area, with unfinished buildings. A crane would be nice. It would be very versatile, since so many sci fi and superhero scenes seem to occur near such places. And I still haven’t seen a really good girder to smash with.