I'm perfectly happy for GW to just ignore us as they seem to be currently doing - Inquisitor isn't the kind of game that needs (or wants) the kind of rules development GW are currently inclined to give. I've given my laments on them not keeping the old material on their site, but it's not killed us.
Heck, I've actually got more articles in the Archive than the Specialist Games site had at any one time (either PDFs they removed, or Exterminatus articles that never made it into PDFs), and I wouldn't've tracked all those things down if they hadn't axed the site.
Models-wise, GW hasn't released a new Inquisitor model in five years, and they've even taken several things out of the range. Yet, how often do we still hear phrases like "Another fantastic combination I've not seen before" or "I wish I'd thought of that" in the P&M section?
And that's even without considering other manufacturers. I would love to see things like the weapons and hands packs back, but we're not exactly dead here either. And like above, if they hadn't done it, I probably wouldn't have learned to sculpt.
Actually, without all the "setbacks" they've imposed, I might never have even joined the forums. And I imagine there are a few others here who owe a certain amount of their attendance to the fact they wanted to know "What happened to all the articles", "Where did this model go?" or "Does anyone actually still play Inquisitor?". And as we all turn up at Nottingham in force every now and again, the extra numbers may actually make Inquisitor look stronger to GW than it would have done otherwise.
It's a very Istvaanian thing to say, but Inquisitor is showing a great deal of strength through adversity, and may be stronger than if GW had carried on as before.
And provided that they don't actually stop us playing at WHW (which wouldn't exactly stop us either), I would be quite content for all to continue as it is.