I agree that a 60 frame output would be good. I ended up using Hype to create some animated titles for an exhibition. I guess it does beg the question though, surely we'd be using AE or PP instead of Hype for video work?
I do like the simplicity and speed of Hype though - and for that reason would love more features for the video output. But from Tumult's pov - it's not their focus of the application?
I haven't checked but can Hype import Tiff seq's? That would be a nifty feature for the animation side of things - with a timeline already in place it might be a feasible feature.
Preferred framerates for me would be: 23.974, 24, 25, 30 & 60 this covers all bases for us ol' video geeks using Hype as part of the workflow.
EDIT: also resolution support of: 720p, 1080p, 2k and 4k would future proof - but probably strain many CPU's!