There were a number of people that voiced their disappointment that the original Habu had been discontinued. So they will probably be thrilled to hear that the Habu 2 has been announced.
Like many of ParkZone's recent releases, the Habu 2 will support optional retracts and flaps, in addition to its standard 4-channel controls. It will be available in the Bind-N-Fly Basic format, requiring a Spektrum or JR DSM2/DSMX transmitter, a 4S LiPo battery, and charger for said battery. Look for the Habu 2 to be be priced at $299.99, and be on shelves mid-June 2012.