Its late on a Friday so I don't expect this post to get much traffic, but we shall see :).
The post about Iago's convincing of Roderigo to kill Cassio got me thinking -- what scenes does Shakespeare *not* give us, that you wish he did? Imagine Shakespeare was alive today and we got a sort of "director's cut" of your favorite play, including deleted scenes. What scenes are on your wish list?
The Iago / Roderigo example is a simple one (because its inclusion doesn't really do much for the plot). Hamlet's loaded with them -- the initial confrontation between Hamlet and Ophelia (during his feigned madness), Ophelia's death as Gertrude watches...