When the high sample rates were added for the Pro 8 and Pro 16 (thanks - it's awesome!), an intermediate sample rate for digital channels was introduced at 250 MS/s. This sits between the 500 MS/s and 125 MS/s rates. However, a corresponding intermediate sample rate of 25 MS/s between 50 MS/s and 12.5 MS/s was not introduced for the analog channels even though the post (https://blog.saleae.com/50-performance-improvement-for-logic-pro-8-16/) states that the bandwidth increase applies to both analog and digital channels. The lack of this intermediate sample rate reduces the flexibility of the analog capture.
A quick check of the Logic 1.2.18 software when configuring a Logic Pro 16 shows that (with no digital channels enabled) that the sample rate drops from 50 MS/s to 12.5 MS/s when going from 5 analog channels enabled to 6 analog channels enabled. This 12.5 MS/s rate is then available for up to all 16 analog channels enabled. This suggests that the Pro 16 could support the proposed intermediate sample rate of 25 MS/s on something like 9-11 channels. I'm sure there are considerations with the hardware/software which I'm not aware of, but presumably the proposed 25 MS/s intermediate sample rate would be feasible.
Could this 25 MS/s intermediate sample rate be added to fill in the gap between 50 MS/s and 12.5 MS/s for analog channels and bring them closer to the configuration flexibility of the digital channels?