This topic seems pointless. Be like saying what could McDonalds add to the basic hamburger to make it as awesome as the bacon cheeseburger.
The Switch Light is just that. The basic version. You want more stuff on your burger, just get the better burger. Don't ask the clerk to add bacon and cheese to your hamburger.
Nintendo could have obviously added or kept things on the switch lite, but they chose not to for reasons of functionality or monetary. End of story.
I mean, I'm not going to argue with your username, but we're more talking about "how would you like your ordinary burger cooked?" as opposed to "would you like to add all these other things to the burger that make it more like the cheeseburger deluxe?"
I mean, obviously, for people who are single and/or have no children, there's almost zero incentive either way.
That's obvious as hell and doesn't need to be voiced. Especially not again. Doesn't contribute anything whatsoever here.
The question is obviously specifically for people who have ANY reason to own a second/third/etc system, and what would make you consider buying a Lite as opposed to another Classic, or simply considering what you already have as sufficient.
For instance, I have a wife and two children. My daughter has been playing Yoshi's Crafted World and Pokemon Let's Go fairly often. In a few months, my wife's going to be playing as well, possibly when we get Pokemon Sword and Shield, and almost certainly once we get Animal Crossing.
I do, however, have two Switches, currently. And that will probably be plenty, but it's plausible that we might want a third. And I know I'm certainly not even close to being the only person in such a situation.
So, apparently, the question needs to be reworded. For people who do actually have a reason to consider buying a Lite, what would Nintendo need to do to have you consider the Lite as opposed to (another) Classic?
wow, dude. ok.
I mean, the question was very specifically "what would make you more interested in the Lite?" and not "is there anything that can make you interested?" Just about everybody that's said they have no interest already stated in multiple other threads that they're not. What's the point in continuing to say it?
How about Bluetooth headset support? Dammit Nintendo come on.
THAT is something I'm thoroughly surprised wasn't included, and definitely I agree would make the most sense on the Lite. I don't feel like there are many valid reasons not to include it on the classic Switch, but I could be wrong. But the Lite? I'm almost completely confident there are no good excuses here. It just makes perfect sense for a handheld, and there's almost no possible situation where the Lite will ever possibly have all 8 Bluetooth connections used, or even likely more than like four (two sets of JoyCons, assuming someone actually wanted to use it for two-player tabletop).
That should leave plenty of system resources and connection availability to ensure a Bluetooth headset has zero negative impact.