The Nikon AF DC-NIKKOR 105mm f/2D lens is listed as "Discontinued by manufacturer" at Amazon.com:
The lens is still not listed as discontinued on the official Nikon website and is still available in stock in all major US retailers (B&H, Adorama). Nikon USA is "Temporarily out of inventory".
Update: Nikon UK confirmed that the AF DC-NIKKOR 105mm f/2D lens is no longer in production (thanks Harv):
Tamron filed a patent in Japan for a 115mm f/1.4 VC full frame DSLR lens. Here are the details:
The price of refurbished Nikon D750 cameras dropped by another $100 to $1,599.95 at Adorama and eBay ($400 off the regular price of $1,996.95 and $50 cheaper than the grey market version). Few other refurbished listings:
Refurbished Nikon gear is also sold at Amazon, B&H, Cameta Camera and BuyDig.
Stjørdal Foto in Norway received their first Nikon AF-S Nikkor 105mm f/1.4E ED lens and sent me few pictures and the first unboxing video:
Today Nikon released Distortion Control Data version 2.015 that can be downloaded here.
Compatible cameras - the following cameras support distortion control lens data version 2.000 from the firmware versions shown: