Well, I would like to see the Elvis Legacy double re-releases to keep going. The "From Elvis in Memphis/Back in Memphis", "On Stage/In Person", "Elvis is Back/Something For Everybody" hava all been great delivers, and all have been very welcome both by crtitics and the fans, and its important to keep Elvis original catalogue available and in decent shape.
With those releases in mind, my next in line would be later on during the fall this year, the two '56 albums: "Elvis Presley/Elvis" with all the '56 singles as bonus songs. (I'm pretty sure this iactually will be the next move)
Also for 2011, "Elvis Country/He Touched Me" could be a good pairing, presenting Elvis '71 as his comback to roots music, to the music in which he was raised. Bonus for Elvis Country could be the "Rags To Riches/Where did They Go Lord" single, "Got My Mojo Workin'", "Cindy Cindy" and "Its no Big Thing But Its Growing" from the lousy album Love Letters, and the complete "I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago". Bonus for "He Touch Me" could be "Only Believe", "Life", "Put Your Hand in The Hand", "Miracles of The Rosary" the studio outtake of "The Lord's Prayer", and maybe the alternate version of "Amazing Grace" (the one with the wild dobro sound on it)
Then in 2012, the most expected "As recorded at the MSG" original album has to make its comback to the catalogue, backed with the "An Afternoon in the Garden" concert as CD two. Bonus track could be some of the '72 singles as "Burning Love", "I'ts a Matter of Time" "Always on My Mind", "Separate Ways", "We Ca Make The Morning", "Until Its Time for You To Go". Plus concert adds, and the lost original album radio promo. And if they want to get pretty, a bonus DVD with the MSG conference and a mini documental of those gigs using remastered footage.