I get a monthly email survey from the MOCO as a member of their HD Advisory Panel. I'm sure many other members here do also so they can back me up on this. This month, there was a long explanation about how the tragic earthquake/tsunami in Japan is going to affect the supply of radios for the 2012 touring models. Here's the 2 options they asked about on the survey to offset the "inconvenience" of buying a 2012 HD Touring bike without the standard radio: 1. Customer takes delivery of a 2012 touring bike with a substitute radio. Customer receives an additional one year added to the bike's warranty. In approximately 6 months, customer can come in and get radio swapped out to the standard HD model. 2. Customer takes delivery of a 2012 touring bike with a substitute radio and the MOCO will include a Zumo GPS valued at $900 for no additional charge. Customer still gets a new radio in approximately 6 months. It also sounded like you would get BOTH options - not an either/or situation. I'm sure much more about this will be forthcoming but it sure makes for some interesting decision making if you were in the market for a new touring bike soon.