I'm now the proud owner of 1/3 of a 2008 Trek 1.2 (it's on layaway until Sunday)! You can read all the specs here on the Trek website. It's not a women's specific bike, but it still felt great and seemed to fit me well. There are a couple of minor differences between the men and women's bikes. The women's bikes have a narrower handle bars, a slightly different saddle (seat) and typically it is a shorter distance from the saddle to the handlebar (for an easier reach). If I was buying a 2009 model I would probably have picked the women's specific bike but I didn't think the difference was the worth the extra $100. Plus, the women's bikes always come in cutesy colors like magenta and creamsicle. My new bike is black and red - looks hard core huh?!
If you are thinking of buying a road bike and would like help picking between a man and women's bike, I recommend this article from Bicycling. It is a great explanation of the differences between a men/unisex bike and a women's specific bike.
We'll be paying the balance and picking up our new bikes on Sunday. I can't wait!