Some great support kits would include things like "alternate" art variants of LCG cards, "foil" or "artist signed" variants of LCG cards, special deck boxes, tokens, or playmats. And the kits should be able to support more than 8 players.
Game Night Kits will now include a Tournament Organizer Prize
Game Night Kits will eventually include alternate art promotional cards that are reprints of existing cards with new/different/better art. The exception to this is Star Wars, which will receive Aurebesh texted cards. For those that don't know, Aurebesh is the name of the font that the signs and written communication of the Star Wars universe is. These cards will have the title and flavor text replaced with Aurebesh translations.
Didn't hear about this until you linked that article. Great news that they're gonna up support. Can't wait to see how it pans out :) I still stand by my original statement tho until I'm proven wrong ;)
No Signature Worth Showing
The only part that I would really miss playing a LCG is the opportunities for limited play. Sure you can play sealed events when big expansions are released, but draft format in some of the other TCGs is a great format. Some people I know play it almost exclusively as they feel it it the format that provides the greatest and ever changing challenge.
Is there a way to make a draft format that involves randomly choosing objectives and building your deck from those? Say, randomly choose 15 objectives and choose to keep 10 or more. There are a lot of problems with this, the major one being that not everyone will have access to the same packs, but it's something that could at least be fun in casual play.