NEW YORK (Reuters) - There's good news and bad news for aspiring brides: Many young men still want to marry, but most prefer to put it off until they are good and ready. "Most men are the marrying kind," said Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, a director of the National Marriage Project at Rutgers University in New Jersey. ...49% of single men 25-34 would tie the knot tomorrow if the right woman came along. 53% said they are not interested in getting hitched any time soon. ...Many young men are waiting until they have a good education and a firm financial footing. Meanwhile, they want to enjoy the single life.