How far do you want Google Now to go?
Do you want Android to... become Google Now? Do you want a complete change of everything? Or just a little?
With regards to aesthetics and design, do you want an SF Launcher style home screen, lock screen and app drawer? Do you want an entire GNow-themed OS (While we're on the subject of design, I want a change to the lighter and softer (often dark grey rather than black) fonts on Google's iOS apps)
With regards to the current app function, how far do you want that to expand? It seems unimaginable, to me, that Google aren't going to capitalise on Google Now - and surely they will do it in the near future, with Google I/O and the next version(s) of Android being the obvious moment.
Here are my thoughts (for whatever they're worth):
I want Google Now in my notifications bar. Having said that, I want them separate from my notifications and quick toggles (the latter of which needs some real improvement, imho)... somehow.
I want the home screen, app drawer and lock screen as is or similar (I use Nova Prime anyway). I want GNow-themed [Google] apps - not that I dislike previous iterations of Holo at all, but it looks amazing all the same.
I want Google to make things easy for devs (not that I have any idea how they would do that) so that more and more apps on Play are properly designed (and while we're on the subject of design, I want a change to the lighter and softer (often dark grey rather than black) fonts as seen on Google's iOS apps).
I want added settings and preferences, international support (not that that really affects me at the moment) and I WANT MOAR!
So, back to the start - what level of OS integration do you want from Google Now? Is this Google's biggest (or one of the biggest) question for the next few versions of Android?
N.B.: This post is tagged in "Cellphones", "Tablets", "Television" and "Laptops". I've used all four for a reason.