Spectrasonics Heart of Asia and Heart of Africa - while some of their content is included in the more recent versions of Omnisphere, that VST is still primarily reserved for electronic sound design and consequently, only a handful of these traditional instruments and sounds are accounted for. It will definitely be interesting to see what else was produced for these, and I'm also curious if there's any overlap between Heart of Africa and Roland's Africa L-CDP CD's (Eric Persing worked for Roland before he founded Spectrasonics, so I wouldn't be surprised if so).
Methods of Mayhem II: Damage Control - I had heard about volume 1 for a while back when Sony was distributor, but never tried out even that one. Curious what noisy sounds this volume has to offer.
Ueberschall DnB: Resonance - Technically, I have this library already thanks to Ueberschall's RetroFit series (look up volume 4), but all the same, curious if any content was ommitted from the latter.
East West Dance/Industrial 1 - Same story as for DnB Resonance, though it's also to see if I can shift away from the PLAY engine, which it's currently only available for now.
eLab X-Static Goldmine 1,2,3, and 5 - I heard about this series, including the original edition of volume 1 made by Polestar Magnetics, including that, sadly, it's not much legally cleaner than the Zero-G Datafile series. Still will take a listen, though.
BT's Twisted Textures and Breakz from the Nu Skool - Overall, same story as for Dance/Industrial 1. One additional qualm with the PLAY version of Twisted Textures: the sounds included are limited to one note, which I seriously doubt is how BT himself intended the drones, for instance, to be used.
Bob Clearmountain Drums II - I believe volume 1 was once available for the PLAY Engine from East West. Whether I'm mistaken or not, I'm curious how this rarity will sound, even if I probably won't use it.
East West Percussive Adventures 1 - this is an oddball. It was a famous sample CD set among soundtrack composers, yet, were it not for East West's 25th Anniversary collection for their PLAY engine, it would be impossible to find nowadays, even illegally.
Just paid, so, sadly, it'll take some time for me to even acquire these, what with shipping times. Just wanted to keep gearheads in the loop, as well as a heads-up for what libraries I could review in the future.