There was some idle speculation. I think it was mostly just people who themselves don't tend to stick to one system thinking that switching systems from time to time, particularly at the end of a long campaign in one system, is just the natural thing to do. And hey, for some players and groups it is absolutely the natural thing to do. I don't think it is particularly the natural thing to do though for a group where most of them had a long struggle to learn the rules they're playing by now, enjoy now being comparatively confident in their hard-earned mastery of them, and would have to struggle with new rules while trying to be entertaining with a large number of people watching. And that doesn't even get into issues of this particular group having built a highly successful brand playing a game that continues to be the most popular tabletop system and having business ties with that system.Were people genuinely asking that?