That's good enough for me. I thought it was the same as the infamous Honkona. But I think that D. hankona is a form of D. decipiens, and I don't think that this one is in that D. decipiens group. I think Jeff M. has a large one he is calling something else - a legit name. I'll check again next time I'm over. I thought with the red spear it may be something else, but we'll see if it stays red.
There was a palm in the olden days (1990) that was one of the first rare Dypsis around - just called Phloga (I think). They all eventually died, some getting fronds almost 6 feet long. I think this is what those may have been.
I *think*...aaaauuugghhh, can't remember his name. (long time guy, lives blocks from Kim) -may- have one in his back yard also. doing pretty well. I think he has one those "sparse leaf" D. pilulifera (old name) ones too. Its labeled as D. basilonga and I know its not that.