HaHa! I sold my old Starcraft pop-up in the Fall of 2020 after my end of the season fly fishing excursion to eastern Idaho. Then, in the Spring of 2021 I started looking for a replacement. I had decided on the Flagstaff 206STSE (or it's Rockwood) equivalent). I looked everywhere within 500 miles of Portland, even as far as Texas but couldn't find anything. I even talked to Forest River about when they'd be shipping again. They said late Summer or early Fall but the dealers I talked to only laughed at that and said they were sure they wouldn't see anything until December or even 2022. Finally, late in the Summer 2021 I found a dealer in Boise, ID with a used 176SE. This was smaller than I wanted but I had that annual fly fishing trip coming up and decided to go for it and then sell it in the Spring and buy the one I wanted then. This was a unit this dealer had sold a few months earlier. It was used once and they decided they wanted a hard side trailer instead and so returned it to the dealer and bought what they wanted. I got it for a good price because it was used. Two weeks after I got back from my trip that same dealer was listing the camper I wanted (206 STSE 2021) also as used. I called and it was the same story. They'd sold it the previous Spring, it got used once and they decided they wanted something bigger with hard sides. So, I drove to Boise and bought that one. Again, a good deal. Decided against trading the smaller one back because I'd have lost a few thousand and I figured with the ongoing shortages I could sell it in the Spring of this year and at least break even. So, that's the story of why I've got two campers sitting in my driveway.
Flagstaff 206STSE & Flagstaff 176SE (pop-ups)
2020 Honda Ridgeline