I mentioned this in a reply to another person's post. To bring it to the surface more, I am reposting and elaborating on my thought.
I always have and notice that I continue to prefer "The Drupal Way" of providing high-level tools (modules) that can be used to build extensible and scalable sites rather than being provided solutions in the form of plug-ins. That approach reduces the plethora of plugins that must be maintained in the WP environ, while enabling the building of anything one can imagine -- without WIXing it.
While devs find this approach attractive, the Drupal weakness has long been a ui that pushes non-techy clients of devs away from the table. Additionally, Drupal's update process can be simply annoying. Add to that, it's weakness in the ecommerce area.
Imagine bringing the great features of WordPress and the great features of Drupal together. The result would be innovative, a unique position in the CMS arena, and simply amazing.
Think about it? Consider it?