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I could see them simultaneously releasing a "Second Edition" that is essentially the same as first edition, maybe starting with a CRB that serves the same purpose as the current beginner box, and then mostly is just a reorganizing and streamlining of first edition rules, like releasing books for specific classes that get updated like encyclopedia entries(so you could have books including the entirety of Fighter archetypes and things like their advanced training), then new players could buy what they want to play and not worry about their class being under or over powered because they don't possess book x or book y and the GM doesn't need to figure out what they need to fact check, while Paizo releases "new" content in "first edition" while releasing re-organized content in "second edition" only after it sufficiently amassed to sell in a more organized fashion, allowing interplay for both while the later provides a better platform for new players to join and the former supplies more regular content.
That....is a long sentence. :p