Before they can come...before you can put product in the dealers' floors...you have to please the regulators. Radar cruise control is surely part of that. So is "innovation" like the Honda NC700X engine - with a 5500 redline. To meet emissions standards. I had, for a brief time, an NC and a Nighthawk S, side-by-side. Entirely different machines, with night-and-day character differences. And I'd be all in with the Nighthawk, but for the realities of owning a 38-year-old machine. Much of the negative changes are emissions related - changing the whole riding experiences. Some are from the weight required for ABS and related electronics. And of course some are good - disc brakes, improved suspensions. But I blame government regulators. To meet the standards, the product becomes very pedestrian. That works to NOT incentivize new potential riders. I had forgotten about ride-by-wire, keyless, etc. THOSE are rich man's toys for high-end BMW and related boutique bikes. If a buyer wants them, fine. That is not the main stratum and most riders cannot afford such. I could afford a BMW R1200GS twelve years ago. I still could afford a bike in that price range, but not a new BMW R GS, not now. And I have no need for that stuff...all that wiring, and all the wire shielded in soy-based insulation, yummy for rodents. Thanks, no. I'm one MORE who will not be buying that sort of machine.