I agree with jloco, if a sale is pending on an in-stock unit it should be locked and not allowed to be shown. This was our experience when we bought our 23b. It was the only new one on the lot at the time and since it was exactly what we wanted we took it. While we were working the paperwork and giving them the deposit they moved it to a separate area and put a sold sticker on that also had our name on it. I went back once before picking it up (it was a couple weeks while we got our financials worked out) and it was still sitting there. I was happy to see that and did wonder at the time with it being such a popular model what would happen if a buyer wanted to see one. But I, and the dealer apparently, feel that once a deal is made and deposit secured that trailer is off limits.