I had 2 flights on AA 767-200s yesterday, and the airplane, from a passenger point of view, does not need to be replaced. The first flight, JFK-SJC, I was in Business Class. While the aircraft did not have MRTB, it did have the new business class seats, which are very comfortable. The second flight, SFO-BOS, I was in coach, and again the aircraft had the new Business and Coach seats. The planes also had the new carpets, bulkheads, etc. The only product improvement AA has implemented in the 763 that was not on these planes was the new First Class... As the 762s don't fly many international routes, they will retain the leather and sheepskin seats in First, rather than getting the Full-flat seat that is going tinto the 763. In the end, the average passenger would have no idea that this airplane was 15+ years old - the interiors are as fresh as those on any other AA plane (excepting the F100, 727, M11 and 757, which have the older interiors).