I love my PUP. It's a 99 Santa Fe. I live on the edge of the Adirondack park and work for an RV dealer. The answer to your question is simple but complex. Pop up sales proportionally are way down compared to pre 09. Why? No more Coleman/Fleetwood. We used to sell 100-150 a year, that will never happen again. Doubt any dealer in the country is doing that. A couple people were right on with setup and ease of use. The millennials want more instant gratification. Most pups are built pretty close to the same now, and don't hold the test of time the oldies do. I'll put my Coleman up against any new Jayco, rock wood, palomino, or Viking and beat them on quality over the next 5 years. There just ok quality, nothing stands out. The Somersets are priced like a 26' travel trailer. Which would you buy for equal money. I read in here a couple times about the dealers looking for bigger ticket items, only half true. Remember motor homes are the big ticket and they are not anywhere near pre 09. He didn't try to sell you one of those. Pop ups just are not as savvy with the younger crowd, say under 45. And the boomers are too old to be setting them up. Just because you and I would buy a pup doesn't mean your neighbors will. They don't like to crank. Think about it cars don't even have keys, I can start my truck with an app. In certain areas pups just don't sell because of bear restrictions. Or shortened seasons like here in NY dive the market. Even with a park here that has thousands of small primitive sites, trailers still rule. For now, maybe different in the future. Again a complex subject, may be different in your area.