If you haven't been on the tcgo recently, you might have missed a few announcements of note.
One is: Mike Liesik is now taking over as Pokemon Community Manager of the TCG Online as Prof_Mathis. We wish Mike the best of luck and know that the game will benefit from his style and wisdom.
Second is a more difficult to understand post about the future of the game. It seems at first like they're throwing in the towel on the beta test of the TCGO and starting over.
The important message to take away, is that they are keeping the features we like the best, and getting rid of the "Kinks" as it were. But to do this, they had to rethink their strategy, and this might even mean developing the game in something other than Flash (which is what they mean by "A new platform."
Regardless, they are not lessening their commitment to the game. Does this mean they will take away codes in the booster packs? I don' t think so, and I don't think it will mean that we all lose our cards. We might have to open new packs when the new system rolls out, but really, that would be a good thing for most people. I know I wouldn't mind trading in the Call of Legends packs I opened in for fresh Next Destinies packs!
I think we can agree that all the "Coming soon" aren't coming soon, but we kind of knew that anyway. As for bug fixes, well, just keep reporting them - our voices get heard when we all speak together.