Donna's points all sound quite valid to me.
In addition, the Scamp
19' is such a rare product that the statistics of small sample populations becomes important. You can't assign much significance to variations in very small numbers... going from two listings to four, for instance, doesn't mean very much compared to going from 2000 listings for some common trailer to 4000 listings.
We bought our Boler
when it was covered by snow in the fall
. The owners had already bought the (bigger) replacement, and were anxious to sell. The price was quite attractive...