In Oregon, a used RTL-E goes for 39k while a used RTL goes for $33k. Oregon sucks.^^ Yes. The price difference between the RTL and RTL-E isn't all that much. I'm sure many people were simply jumping straight to the RTL-E for everything it offered. Most of the RL's I see on dealer lots are RTL's or RTL-T's, so I think Honda likely wanted to even out their model sales. Adding the things they did to the models they did will likely sway some people to go for these ones rather than the E. If I had to buy a G2, I would have been forced to go with an E to get the features I wanted. Now, for 2019, I'd be satisfied with an RTL and happy as a clam with an RTL-T.