I saw and sat on one of the previous Indians at a dealer last year, and was totally underwhelmed. To me, it was a collection of everything I don't like about Harleys with none of their redeeming qualities. The only thing they had going for them then, and again this time, is the Indian name. Sorry, not enough. Massive, top-to-bottom refinements might make three models they're planning sellable, but even then, they'd need some new interesting models really quick to get anywhere this time."The company faces some time pressure because, starting at the beginning of 2008, it will have to build its bikes to meet the tougher new emissions requirements (already imposed on bigger companies' motorcycles), which may mean significant revisions to the line of bikes, which it is largely picking up from the previous owner of the brand with some refinements."