You know what? I just realized something on a similar threat that I posted on www.wilderssecurity.com
COMODO didn't do horribly on the tests (though it should be worked on eventually). Other than the traditional builds for bugfixes and such, how about some performance tweaks/enhancements instead? After Matousec's introduction into the firewall strength testing (or any other 3rd party company tests), vendors have been focused on making their products pass ALL tests (let it be leaktests or Matousec's challenge tests).
Yeah, that's great an all, but some of these tests don't have "traditional" malware attacking/infecting traits. Some test methods aren't widespread or of imminent concern. Of course, the eventual -fixing- of the program to pass the tests should be planned, but making the program simply function better and become more practical should be the thing that vendors should seek out for the end user.
So, COMODO FW team, let's not worry about passing 100% yet again. All your users know the firewall is great and such. You guys will no doubt -patch- up the firewall eventually, but for now, seek out ways to make COMODO's memory footprint smaller, better compatibility, better performance, and just simpler/easier to use.