I would like to see the retro computing + retro console room to expand. It hath expanded compared to previous years, now taking over the former arcade hall section. Nowhere to go but up.
There's really no more room to expand. We're also not a high priority compared to the rest of the show I'm afraid.
^This. Until we get a new venue, there's really nowhere to go--unless we start stacking our displays up vertically and go literally up the walls. We've already got an entire ballroom and the hall in front of it, which is still bigger than it sounds. The venue's really holding us back though, and is a big reason why MGC (unfairly) doesn't get as much respect around here as PRGE.
Incidentally, I have been toying with the idea of actually bringing less. It's a bit of a pain bringing six or seven or eight different systems, with accessories, power supplies, TVs and monitors, etc. And I've been finding that most of my stuff either gets broken (two years in a row for the disk drive on my Compaq), misused (people turning my computers off/on when they don't know what to do ; under-supervised children pounding on my Intellivision music keyboard), generally ignored apart from a brief "huh, look at that weird old thing," or it's too obtuse and people simply don't get it. NObody can figure out how to use the Studio II or even Aquarius, even with clearly printed directions (which they don't read) or overlays (which they don't notice). Plus some of this stuff has gotten a little delicate and pretty expensive to replace.
What I want to do instead is have stuff like the Bally, Fairchild, Studio II, etc. in a group display behind a plastic shield or something, with placards featuring the main bullet points of each system and some screenshots to kind of demonstrate the progression of the early systems, and set them up individually on request so people who are actually interested can check them out firsthand.