I wish some company would buy Panzer General, update the code, improve the AI, tweak the campaigns to be semi-dynamic (i.e., Major Victory sends you to Scenario A, Minor to Scenaro B, Defeat to Scenario C), then release something graphically pleasing that will run on Windows 7.
Semi-dynamic campaigns where your units retain experience and can be upgraded with new equipment are very cool. Personally, I see very little demand for the single scenario or limited operational campaign games on this site. I'm sure some folks like them, but they do little for me.
Panzer General was a phenomenon for a reason and it needs to be brought back.
Well, first that company would have to purchase those rights from Ubisoft, and that wouldn't be cheap.
Then they'd be essentially selling the same game engine 15 years after it first emerged. That probably isn't a great way to make that investment back.
Besides, if you really want them, Good Old Games has started releasing some of the old SSI catalog. PG2 and PG3D are available so far.
Meditation on inevitable death should be performed daily.