That's what I see as well. Your bias comes through loud and clear. You are basing everything on your personal opinions and observations. None of us really know how Harley will do in the future but I can say that my observations are different than yours. Just for the record I have never owned and don't expect to own a Harley. While there is no doubt that there are a lot of Harley haters out there, there are also a lot of fans. I know a number of Harley owners who are not aging baby boomers. I see a lot of activity at the local Harley dealer and see a lot of Harleys on the road. My experience with Harley owners is much different than yours. It is no secret that Harley, as well as many other companies face many challenges in the future. Harley executives know that the aging demographic of their customer base is a major challenge. Will they be able to meet the challenge? Maybe, maybe not. Your personal prejudices will not affect the outcome.