No, that is what only some people were waiting for. I was hoping for something like that with a normal 18/19 rim/tire set, pegs under the rider's butt, and a lighter looking set of pipes. It was a disappointment that Harley was back to thinking inside the box with the tires, peg position and general custom cruiser look... but as expected. You don't open new markets by building a rehash of what was done before. Heck, it may even get the same "girl's/beginner's bike" label as the Sportster always got. If they had put high pipes and that seat on the Street Rod 750 I'd own one right now, having bought it instead of what I did buy. But still no Harley made yet that I want. I hope they survive selling to the same aging customer base, instead of opening up to new ones.