I agree. You get what you pay for, and I got what I paid for. I am very happy with the quality of my trailer. I've had experienced fiberglass trailer owners look at my trailer and only marveled at the quality of construction. Made me feel like I really knew what I was doing when I ordered by 19.
It is frustrating to after deciding what you want finding no one to take your money (consumer behavior 101). ETI could partner with some venture capitalist and blow up production, but then it probably would just make the pre-VCI trailers worth more money. This present cost vs. value product is hard to beat, and with the economy improving demand is no doubt going up. Hopefully ETI can grow in a way to continue the current wonderful culture they've created.