With Cubase and Nuendo have become so close to one another that only a few features differ. They simply does not seem to be a need for 2 different DAWs.
It may have had it’s reasons in the past but now that there are a lot of competition out there, Steinberg cant keep basic features exclusive to Nuendo to justify it’s existence. And now that pretty much all of Cubase’s features is in Nuendo 8. Why have two DAWs? I hate the fact that the’ll keep just a few exclusive features on each DAW.
Just concentrate all your man power and energy on one DAW and make it the best you can.
I wish it too so much, but Timo gave some feed back about that, actually the coding in few areas are different and he gave some explanations, the only solution would be with license but actually it’s not possible with this dongle system, but this license merging is a little off-topic in your “man power and energy” concern