My new 2013 Specialized Crosstrail Comp Disc is a bit hard to classify, which maybe by definition puts it in the hybrid category. It has deep road bike style wheels, but with 700x38 tires with a rather unique tread pattern and Presta valves; a road-like 2x10 drivetrain (SRAM X7), but with a very wide range cassette like an MTB; below-bar shifters like a flat-bar road bike; hydraulic disc brakes; and other details like concealed cable routing, lockout fork, etc. Not to mention an attractive paint job (I'm not a big fan of the trend to flat black as a bike color!).
It's a weird time of year for a new bike here in Michigan, when I probably can't ride it for at least another two months, but I'm really looking forward to the versatility that this bike appears to offer. FWIW, it's replacing an older Giant Sedona LX (called a "comfort bike" at the time, which I really hated). I also have two road bikes, one set up for light touring and the other for carbon-framed speed.