I don't know if anybody has done one of these already but if so here's another thread for players to voice what questions they'd like FFG to answer in the previews leading up to the release of Black Crusade (assuming anyone from FFG who has anything to do with the previews deigns to read them).
For my part I have two things (for now) that I'd like FFG to address.
1. Could they give a little more info regarding how different Black Crusade is going to be from the other WH40K Roleplaying games? I know alot of the people out there who are considering purchasing Black Crusade seem to be ok with with throwing out the levels and classes but I'm somewhat old school and while I've played and enjoyed games like Deadlands that have no classes or levels, the fact that FFG is going to be throwing out the rules that underpin the three other games in the franchise has me somewhat concerned. Besides personally not wanting to have to learn another rule system when I think the rules underpinning the other three games are still perfectly good, how much harder will it be to integrate this game with the others in the franchise, and how hard will it be for players of the other games to learn these new rules?
2. I'd like them to explain a little bit more about the two character types you can play in Black Crusade. FFG has (in my opinion) always made sure they didn't bite off more than they could chew when introducing new player types. In Dark Heresy (ok that doesn't really count as Black Industries did the work for that one) Acolytes of an Inquisitorial Acolyte cell were introduced. In Rogue Trader, Explorers were introduced. Ascension finally allowed players to be Inquisitors and members of their retinues as Throne Agents, and Deathwatch allowed players to be the superhuman Space Marines. In Black Crusade, however, FFG is introducing two new player types, the Heretics of Chaos and the Chaos Space Marines. I mentioned this already in my comment on the Screaming Vortex news article but I'd like to mention it here too. How is FFG going to give both the Heretics of Chaos and the Chaos Space Marines the attention they both need? Having to juggle two new player types rather than one my fear is that they may give neither the attention they deserve and we end up with two inadequately developed character types or they favor one over the other which will alienate those players who favor the character type that got neglected.
Those are the two big things I'd like FFG to answer. What about you guys?