Genos has a teaser video for v2.0 updates to come this winter. There are some interesting updates specific to that arranger platform which do not necessarily directly apply to the synth world (although some could - and one could argue the merits of each in synth-land. To me the most interesting development which "could" make its way to Montage is Genos's future increase in expansion memory from 1.8GB (that's a familiar value for Montage's sample memory) to 3.0GB. Nearly 2x increase. I'm not sure if the compression techniques (or other methods to increase available memory) in Genos is already in Montage or not. If not yet there - it'd be interesting to see a little less than 2x sample memory available for Montage and MODX and possibly squeak out some increase in the preset space available to include more native content (like CP uprights and other CP-exclusives, or any other new preset waveform content. Anything specific I list here will be biased and polarizing).
... there's a bunch of blurred out "and more ..." items that may be interesting. The arranger is a different group and there's a bit of a great wall between the products. But the core hardware is very similar -- so cross-migration is possible although who knows what roadmaps and strategy will allow.
It's just interesting to try to read the tea leaves and think about how my investment may evolve.