Thanks for the responses, everyone.
Neal, I'd also love to see if we could chat with Meguro-san. Great suggestion.
Same to you, Pat. I don't know much about Ys music (other than WIKIWAAAAAAAAAAAAAA guitars and that I like Celceta's OST), but that's also a good idea for coverage.
Dice, no problem. It was something I wanted to do for a long time, and I'm glad it worked out. You wouldn't believe how long that interview was in the works for. All four of your suggestions are great ideas, too.
Mesh, yes. We're already talking to HyperDuck about a Dust-related interview, and they worked with Alex Brandon on that, so I think that would also be a potentially doable one. Plus, who doesn't love Paris Cathedral from Deus Ex?
Wild, Go Shiina is a much-beloved composer by Don over at SEMO, and also a very good suggestion. Unfortunately, we're limited to RPG-related composers, so Wakai might not be doable, but hey, maybe he's done an RPG we can ask him about :).
As for a special on orchestrators and arrangers, it's a great idea. It might be difficult from a technical aspect, and it would have to be related to RPG/adventure/visual novels in some way, but it's definitely interesting. All that said, your questions about transposition and getting a piece together for a large ensemble ARE great ideas, and I can certainly look into asking those questions when pertinent in the future.
Again, thanks to all of you guys for your suggestions and comments. Keep 'em coming!