I don't think so. The d2s was never bought by those of use who can barely afford the upgrade from the 20D to the 5D, and still at it's new street price of around 2875.00 US.
Case in point is that the only reason I moved to the 5D is that of it's much lower street price of 2875.00 from B&H and a 300.00 US mail in rebate from Canon. This put the camera in my target at 2575.00US.
Which brings me to my conclusion. The people who can afford the ds2 and need it's advanced features, such as pixel density and autofocus points, not to mention its bullet proof and sealed body, will continue to buy that model.
I always thought that Canon was making a mistake trying to sell the camera for 3300US. It was too much of a jump and was like, to me, creating a new market that wasn't there. However, there is a market if they get the camera down to 2500 - 2800.00US and I think that was what the rebate was about--to test the viability of a market at that price line. Beforehand, they had the 5D priced way out of reach of the prosumer market and even the semi-pro and low end pro market. (Semi-pro" and "low-end pro" mean those doing or wanting to do professional level photography and those already doing it, such as small portrait studios, and small contract or freelance photographers who have cracked the pro market.)
Thus, if I am right, expect Canon to have effectively covered the entire market sucessfully--except for the very high end 30MP large format digital cameras. They have the Rebel at around 600.00; the 30D around 1400.00; the 5D at around 2900; and the ds2 at around 7, 000US. As you can see, the step up from the 30D to the 5D is going to be for serious photographers, or those who simply have the money and want to pretend they are doing professional photography. (I actually have a friend who knew two people who bought the 1ds2s when they first came out and used them as point and shoot cameras. They only used them several times because they were too bulky. So these types do exist.)
On the other hand, there are people like me who have upgraded from a cropped format DSLR, who would not have done so if the 5D had not been on offer. Canon will have lost sales of the 1Ds2 in exchange for sales of the 5D. I wonder what the net effect has been on profit. Are the gains greater than the losses? This factor will clearly have an impact on future developments.