I'd wager that these are "ACB" 'analogue', since Roland have already developed the technique for it, and most people are perfectly happy with it. This should also keep component sourcing woes away, while allowing a relatively modest price. This could also allow them to make it sync to the Aira series(MX-1), and send stuff over a built in interface to your computer.
It might just be because I'm young, and in the target demographic for the Aira series, but a well executed digital revival of a analog synth is perfectly fine in my book - You don't have all the problems of an original, they're much cheaper than the original, and sound around 99% the same as the original.
I can certainly live with 99% of the original for less than 100% of the cost, and headache of the original.
Then again, the botique label might suggest an actual analog revival.. Hrmmm..