The email included these paragraphs:
"Looking ahead, we’re already working on adding the collections many of our members asked for in a recent survey. Here’s just a sampling of what’s to come on Ancestry.com in 2010.
"Popular U.S. collections in the works:
* Birth, marriage and death records, especially from 1861–1914
* Funeral home and cemetery records, 1800s–1900s
* State and territory census records
* Land ownership maps, 1860–1920
* Historical newspapers, especially from 1861–1914
* Civil War Records, including Union draft registers and Confederate pension records
"Popular international collections in the works:
* Scottish city directories, 1800s–1900s
* London electoral registers, 1900s
* German regimental histories, 1800s–1900s
* Canadian city and area directories, 1800s–1900s
"See more details about what we brought to Ancestry.com in 2009 and what we plan to add in 2010."
I clicked on the "See more details" link and there was a nice list of the databases planned for 2010 - and I captured the screens below: