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I don't see the point in rereleasing anything. Sure, it was cool that they did RotR, but I haven't bought it and don't have the urge to. What I did do however, was stalk the Burnt Offerings' price on Amazon and a few months ago the price dropped to $14 for about a day and now I have a complete collection. I did the same for all of the other hard to find modules or picked them up from scratch'n'dent sales.
Paizo can make new and interesting APs and modules, or they can dilute their talents on rehashing old stuff which may decrease the quality of the new adventures. Converting 3.5 to Pathfinder is not hard. If you don't have the time, a lot of conversions are on D20PFSRD. If it is not there, it is not hard to just play the encounters as is. Most of the monsters that they use are in the Bestiaries now or in the Complete Tomb of Horrors. You can also just run the adventure as if it were one level lower to account for the power discrepancy between 3.5 and 3.P character classes.
Sure, there are people that will want to by a new hardbound version of the old stuff. But I bet that it is a vocal minority. Paizo is doing well right now and I would hate for the company to jeopardize anything just to redo old stuff.