I tend to disagree with most of this
Having 2 USB-C ports is a smart idea, both of them being Thunderbolt enabled would be nice but not necessary
Two USB ports are better than most competitors, I am fine with two. Of course I would want more, but I would rather have a Micro-HDMI output for presentation purposes rather than a third USB-A port
A removable door (with adequate warnings should it be opened) to access any serviceable parts to allow for upgrade of the SSD or motherboard in the future.
Higher resolution screens is the market direction, I know there is a balance between power consumption and screen resolution, but the reality is when others are broadcasting their superiority due to 4K screen resolution, a lower screen resolution makes a product non-competitive. That being said, battery is the limiting factor. Being an early adopter of solid state batteries would be a real kudo, I suspect Microsoft is already on this case based on market messaging coming out.
The OOPS key I believe is an interesting curiosity but I believe seems amateurish and will be picked up by the market as an unnecessary curiosity. There is no reason to steal from the thunder because an OOPS key is on the keyboard.
The alcantara material used on the keyboard is looked at as premium and portrays a premium product. Please keep it.
The market prefers machines as thin as possible, thickening the keyboard would be problematic.
I would like to see a flexible screen (there are products coming onto the market with flexible screens now) which would make the screen much more indestructible.
Setting up a section on the EVE web page for utilities and productivity aids which can be provided by EVE contributors, they must be tested by EVE for reliability and their safety (no malicious code), I think this is a very creative group and there will be things that will Wow all of us.
I think that is about it for now