Don't count on it. When BF was told on their forums that Strategy First had put CM:BO here, they were quite quick to point out that they would not be offering any sort of help with it, and weren't that impressed.
Besides, they still sell the CM series for $25 apiece from their own web store. And both CMBB and CMAK have issues with Vista and DirectX10 graphics cards. The Battlefront versions have been fixed, otherwise they charge a few bucks for the fix patch.
Oh yeah, man I've even forgotten that this was somewhat discussed before.
Even then I'm pretty sure I'm not paying $25 each. $9.99 on GOG is a damn fine money for them already, when you sum up the series... when an user purchases all in one order, that's easily $40+.
Besides the publishers' soap opera: I still do want the Battlefront.com catalogue on GOG, DRM-free and patched up for Win7 already. I hope other users do want them as well.
And well, if they don't want our money... it'sjust like that stupid dispute about Operation Flashpoint. I'd love to have OFP back here, to more people be able appreciate it.
BF is a strange group. They're spending most of their time really pushing their Combat Mission 2 engine, to the point that they denigrate the original series constantly on their own forums. Curious to see how Combat Mission Normandy turns out, but they've dived a little too deeply in to the expansion plan waters, in my opinion. I suspect that the price point of the original trilogy is in part to make them a little less attractive to buyers.
Definitely agree that the BF catalog would look great here, though. CM series, Strategic Command 2 games, TacOps series, etc.