The opening paragraph of the CRFI is:
The Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC) Capability Development and Planning Division (XRX) is conducting market research analyses to examine applicable materiel concepts and related technology for a Next Generation Tactical Aircraft (Next Gen TACAIR) capability with an initial operational capability (IOC) of approximately 2030. The envisioned system may possess enhanced capabilities in areas such as reach, persistence, survivability, net-centricity, situational awareness, human-system integration, and weapons effects. It must be able to operate in the anti-access/area-denial environment that will exist in the 2030-2050 timeframe.A picture of a possible Boeing design can be found at this blog, The DEW Line.
If you think this is early, considering the F-22 is just being fielded, remember that it takes about 15 years to produce a new fighter from conception to fielding.
Regards — Cliff