They did not cancel the order but postphoned the first delivery to December 2014. Reports also say that the airline will get better frames, which means someone else will take LN17 & LN19.
More BBJ's or "test aircraft"?
This 787-soap is starting to look like the SSJ-100-soap: replacing early built production aircraft, filled to the brink with all sorts of errors, with a later production version, hoping the faults are resolved
I believe a low cost carrier would take those early birds. Other rumours also said that ANA won't take delivery of the remaining early birds.
Confirming news reports this week, LionAir announced it has committed to the Boeing 787, agreeing to buy five. We’re told these are from the so-called “terrible teens,” those early 787s that required an enormous amount of rework and which were rejected by the original customers. Transaero and Rwanda Air are said to also be taking some of these early aircraft.