We live in Salt Lake and I'll tell you that FGRVs are in HIGH demand here and always have been. I'm not sure if it's all the climbers/outdoors people who are moving out of tents because of young families or what. They were definitely hard to come by when we bought our used Scamp
years ago but int he last few years, they've definitely been "discovered".
This is all just for what it's worth, which isn't much if your trailer gets stolen. I will say that I have 3 friends/acquaintances that have had their trailers stolen in the last 5 years, all of which were NOT molded fiberglass. Maybe it's because a lot of the residents of Utah have trucks and know how easy it is to steal trailers.
We have our Bigfoot
in the driveway where it is very obvious from the street, but our tow vehicle is parked in front of it. Luckily, even when we aren't self-isolating due to a pandemic, our tow vehicle is not our daily driver. We also use one of those Ft. Knox locks which is pretty burly.
The fact is, of course, if someone wanted our trailer badly enough, they could probably find a way to get it. Really, our best defense is having a good relationship with our neighbors. All of us pay close attention to the comings and goings and behavior of strangers on our street. If we didn't have the tow vehicle and conscientious neighbors, we'd definitely have to come up with some other preventative measures. It's all about making it harder for thieves and reducing risks.
I'm just glad to hear that the little Burro
wasn't taken from its home. How devastating that would have been!