The plan for larger iZ3D monitors are on the Product Road Map. As stated in the above Press Release, we showcased a 26" prototype at NVision 08.
Warface do you have any input into the box the IZ3D is shipped in? There may be a way for your company to save some money. I just purchased an IZ3D from a fellow member and we have found out something interesting according to the shipping box size - something you may also want to consider for the new monitor as well.
27x26x16 it weighs 27.5 pounds. With those dimensions the price is astronomical - over 120! I was using different numbers than those, 27x24x16 - the price drops from 120 to around 30 with USPS parcel post large package delivery. I guess their is some cutoff point where if the size of the package is just a few inches smaller it is much cheaper for the USPS to deliver (Or that is just the arbitrary number where their IT guy wrote the cutoff for their calculation program). If there is any way you can use a box a little smaller it will save a lot of money or make the current box squeeze just a little tighter.
Here is where you can enter 27x24x16 and see the price is almost 100 dollars less with a box just 2 inches shorter in one dimension than the one you are currently using at 27x26x16 for $120.88. That is interesting to know how the prices are different by almost $100 for just a couple inches, it makes me wonder if UPS also has a huge price reduction in a box just a couple inches smaller. Even 26x25x16 gets it down to around 30 dollars. Even 27x26x14 works to get it down to 33 dollars.
Warface I know sometimes the secondary market is of no interest to management, but say you have a lot of folks who want to trade up to the new monitor, and they are going to fund this by selling the old monitor on ebay, but they can't sell too many because the shipping costs are so high because the box was 1 inch too big and very few of the poor ebay/fleabay buyers can afford that high shipping, but if you guys made the box just slightly smaller it seems USPS would ship your monitor for almost 100 dollars less.