@ docmom Thanks! But until we get through ROFR, we're cautiously optimistic. I would highly recommend the Timeshare Store, they have been great to work with. @ Tim/Doug The current resale restrictions had no impact on our decision to buy/price. If however, they were stricter (e.g. - limiting where you can stay to your home resort, etc), then that would definitely be factored into DVC's appeal and it's value to us. To tell you the truth it was the recent sales/ROFR activity that drove our price. We chose what we felt was the lowest amount per point that we felt had a good chance of getting through the ROFR based on recent (last two weeks) worth of activity per information provided by two different brokers. We isolated our ideal use year and amount of points plus/minus a month and 15 points and found that there was only 1 listing available and luckily for us they accepted our price. Now it's a waiting game. @ Deb Oh I agree completely that the home resort is very important. Luckily, DVC provides so many fantastic options that we'd be quite content anywhere. Like I was saying, if in the future there was one particular resort that we felt like we HAD to stay in order to be happy, we would buy there but for us that's not the case. Our thought was "buy at the most economical place where we wouldn't mind staying" so that if our waitlist doesn't work out, we'd be more than happy. Some people love staying at one place and that's great for them... for us, we like trying out different places which makes SSR's low dues and low PP buy-in very appealing.