Honda does need a 750, and a v twin, and a smaller sport tourer/beginner bike, but there really isn't any incentive. Bike sales are mainly dictated by what the magazines say. The magazines don't give a crap about what makes a bike a good streetbike, it's all about which bike circles the track faster. Then you figure in the race classes, which are now either 600cc or 1000cc, and that's really all the sportbikes they feel they need. It just comes down to the f4i isn't as "cool or fast" as the 600rr, so nobody bought it. I mean really, how many of you bought the f4i over the 600rr when they were sitting right beside each other on the showroom floor, this isn't f4i.net is it? The rc51 wasn't as cool or fast as the 1000rr, so not too many people bought it either. It just doesn't make sense for a company to build expensive niche bikes so they don't. I think the only way honda will make another vtwin or 750 is if racing rules dictate one for homogulation (is that even a word?). They might build a more comfortable 600 or other small bike just because everyone else has one right now, ie: yzf600r, r6s, fz6, gs500, ex500, ninja650r, sv650, etc. Honda doesn't really have anything in that class right now so I can see it being done. But there just isn't a 750 class to speak of (gixxer aside) and there are no japanese vtwin race replicas now, so sadly I feel they won't be coming back. Maybe we'll get lucky and ama superbike and wsb will feel that the bikes are too fast now and restrict capacity like motogp has done. That will probably be the only way we'll see something near a 750 again.