A problem that needs to be solved is getting the incrasingly vast phylogenetic information to folks not comfortable building their own phylogenies. Phylomatic has made this super easy for people that want plant phylogenies (at least 250 or so papers have used and cited Phylomatic in their papers) - however, there are few options for those that want phylogenies for other taxonomic groups.
One cool tool that was brought up was the Common Tree service provided by NCBI. Here’s some help on the service. Unlike Phylomatic, Common Tree is purely based off of taxonomic relationships (A and B are both in the C family, so are sisters), not an actual phylogeny as Phylomatic is based on.