Again, some exciting news which further underlines the trend of going back to the basics with analog synthesis: Announced at Moogfest 2016, Moog is about to reissue the Minimoog Model D. This is the grandfather of all synths, originally created in the '70s.
This time it is not a copy using modern electronics, but it's build using the same analog components as the original. Some extra features were added in like MIDI, and also a separate LFO (instead of having to sacrifice Oscillator 3 as LFO), and some extra modulation possibilities by utilizing multiple CV in and out jacks on the back of the instrument. It does not come cheap but hey, if you want the real thing then this is definitely it. It will be a limited edition, just like the Taurus pedals a couple of years ago. Although it's exciting to see this faithfull recreation, we are still waiting for a Moog poly synth to become available, the MegaMoog.