no of the units are aimed at old naim school, the muso started the new direction and unitis take over, black box days are over
No I believe you are wrong about that. Naim can't develop everything at the same time because it's a small company, but black boxes is where they hope customers who start with muso and then progress to Uniti will end up. Once the Unitis are all out and sorted, we could well expect to see some trickle through of the technology into a refresh of the black boxes. But having said that I would expect a good couple of years before that happens.
In fact, if I were in Naim's position I would give much consider another 'bridging' product: To wit, repackaging the SN2 preamp circuit in a DAC V1 box, to complement the NAP 100, called maybe something like NAC 142?
This would allow a nice progression from the "Single Box Lifestyle Market" products (Muso) through the "High End Lifestyle Market" products (new Uniti) to compact "Lifestyle Separates" (100 series) through to the Classic series; and each upgrade through the last three steps could be done piecemeal rather than having to buy all new in one big hit.
This would give a few combinations in this series
Analogue: NAC 142 / NAP 100
Digital: DAC V1 / NAP 100
Enhanced Analogue: NAC 142 + HiCap / NAP 100
These would be lower power, but with exceptional SQ, particularly with a HiCap taking over from the internal PSU in the NAC 142.
Of course to focus on increased power and improved speaker control rather than increased SQ, a classic series power amp could always be added. I think this would become the default entry point for Naim separates and may well prove more popular than the 200 series as the smaller boxes seem more friendly and less intimidating than the triptych cases! Given the lower price for similar SQ at entry level, I think this could get even more people into the Naim separates fold.