Now, I have to ask, couldn't you solve all these problems using your current bike?
A dynohub isn't that much, handlebars are easy to replace, and racks/fenders are easy to add on. BTW, too many gears isn't exactly a problem, now is it?
However, if this is simply a case of N+1, I understand. The new Trek Belleville does look like a great bike, my only real issue would be my having to buying a Womens specific design, cause that mixte looks too good to pass up.
You could also look into Globe bikes, they make two attractive options, the live and the haul. they don't look at pretty, and they don't have a dynohub, but they are actually released.
The other option, is you can buy a nice vintage frame, and simply build it up yourself. Soma and Surly both have great offerings, and Velo-Orange should be able to supply you with most of the parts you need.
Last edited by fuzz2050; 09-21-09 at 08:32 PM.