Hey guys, serious thread time. I've noticed that many people here seem to have a pretty firm grasp on how firearms actually work and most of the engineering principles that go into them. I am graduating from a tech school soon, and I plan on entering into the business of firearms and firearm accessories. I plan to start with simple accessories first, since that requires less licensing and costs in general. So, what do you guys want to see in the next generation of firearms? Do you like bulpup designs? Do you like longer/shorter barrels? Do you want guns that are shorter overall? Do you wish it was lighter/heavier? Do you want more/less polymer composites in the future? How important are ergonomics to you? Do you want your gun to feel like a custom made glove or do you just want it functional? Do you wish you had more capacity? How many bullets is too many? What are your thoughts on Drum magazines? Most important, what are your perceptions and impressions of these things, ignoring any facts. Basically, how do these aspects of a guns make you feel? I am designing new products, and I can design cool new things that satisfy my desires and tastes, but I am not everyone, and I want to see if I can gain some insight into what the general gun owning community thinks.