I think NelsMonsterX has been somewhat too harsh here, although I see his reasoning. As I said on another forum (to which Frogboy actually answered), this sounds like a Molyneux-ism. I'm confident part of this roadmap will be good games; I can't say that they will all be, but there is little evidence pointing to the mediocrity of all these games. If it had been Derek Smart, I'd have said otherwise, but it's a completely different situation. I don't know about FE, and I don't know what are the real possibilities given by kumquat, but Stardock proved in the past that they can get things right.
That said, I do think this is a strange way of communicating. Part of the issue with Elemental is that a lot was promised that wasn't delivered. There was a lot of enthusiasm there too. Showing quite a few new ambitious projects in this fashion... I don't know, I think it's a bit premature. Wouldn't it be wiser to announce it after FE's been acknowledge as a good game ? I think that too many promises, too fast, when it's not unlikely that a substantial part of those promise won't lead anywhere (lack of time, budget, manpower, running late on schedule, etc.) won't have the expected results with many of the Elemental players. This is where I find the comparison with Molyneux: there's lots of big projects, but we know that quite a few might just not actually end up in a final product (Molyneux isn't a bad game designer. Hell, he made legendary games. He's just overenthusiastic).
But there's a huge leap between taking this post with a pinch of salt (or an amused eye), and saying that all these games will be mediocre. I believe that most of these projects won't start as long as the Elemental series underdelivers anyway.
Remember when this was a thread about the wonderful future?
Unless you're a genuine oracle, this is a thread about a potential roadmap with no certainty of more than partial realization. Not about a wonderful future. We'll see in 3 years is hindsight if indeed it was.