That's right a new loco from AZL but don't be scared off just yet because of me saying these are AZL. AZL has gone to injection molding and the price is significantly cheaper. Anyway you want to know what it is they are doing it is the SD70's. Here is the post made by Rob Kluz at Ztrak on the Z yahoo group. Seattle, WA... AZL has made public the impending release of EMD SD70 and EMD SD75s. This announcement was made during the National Train Show held over the weekend in Seattle, Washington. AZL will be releasing seven different configurations. The locos will be available in 12 roadnames. The release will be injected molded and feature a Faulhauber 8mm coreless motor, dual flywheels, working headlight and a decoder bay. Though subject to change, the proposed pricing for locomotive is approximately $225.00 each. The release is planned for late spring, early summer of 2005. The following roadnames and versions planned include: SD70 (standard cab) - Conrail, Illinois Central, NS SD70I - CNR SD70M - ATSF, NS, SP, UP SD70M (flared) - UP SD70MAC - Alaska, BNSF, Conrail, CSX, TFM SD75I - CNR SD75M - ATSF, BNSF Further information will appear in Ztrack Magazine as it becomes available. Rob Kluz Ztrack Magazine Ltd. 6142 Northcliff Blvd. Dublin, OH 43016 phone/fax: (614) 764-1703 www.ztrack.com AZL has also released the F59PHI in many road names they have also made the Bombardiers, Surfliners, and California cars to go with the engines. These are all injection molded as well and the price reflects that. You just need to go to www.ztrack.com and check them out for yourself.