@Watcherg6: My thought was always to tie it into Batman or Superman (I actually think tied into the Metropolis PD would be better). However, that requires bringing the characters out of the future and into the present, which while honestly not a drastic change, is still sort of major. Tying them into Batman Beyond would still leave them in a future (if not the future they were used to), so actually seems like a better idea. :)
@KingsCastle: Valid point - it's best to wait for the reveal to be sure. However, I think it's unlikely that DC would run two new series so close together, about two different characters with the same name. There is no Huntress Inc., after all.
@Decoy Elite: @KenTheProfile: Actually, both are valid points. In real life, no we don't automatically do what our ancestors do, but very often, in fiction - particularly in comics - the offspring are just junior versions of their forebears. It's a shorthand device for characterization, and funnily enough, I was just talking about this on G-Man's Huntress article. I'll try not to be longwinded here, but basically, same traits are given to sons/daughters in comics just to help readers make the connection to the fathers/mothers - especially if it isn't spelled out and is meant to be a mystery - it's a clue to the reader that there's a connection here. Whether that's the case in the Moonknight example, I don't know, but it's definitely a valid writing device, so a valid possibility as well.