Welcome to the party, it’s been going on like this for the last 5-6 years. lol. My suggestion, is to find a new favorite (as in a different maker) to collect. I’ve pretty much given up on Several makers because of the influx of “nouveau riche” collectors that started flooding in around 2013 that only collect as a status symbol that have made collecting said makers nearly impossible unless you can out-price them (and I can’t). Nothing against the makers themselves, except for a few I have a bone to pick with, but these wealthy people who *need* every piece, every release and need to NOW. And the worst part is, that I feel when they burn themselves out, they’re going to just leave the scene. No fire sale liquidations. Those pieces will just go away. When they move on to some new fad, because they don’t need the money, they won’t worry about selling. Or they’ll try to sell at the prices they overpaid for, realize no one’s biting, and just put it in storage. RXH, hirota, nagx3 (although I never understood nag’s appeal), Tkom, butanohana, izumonster, AAA, punk drunkers, target earth, bemon... and I’m sure more than a few others I’ve missed. All makers that I feel it’s just not feasible for a regular middle class soft vinyl enthusiast to collect anymore. thankfully though there’s so much more out there that doesn’t land on those “collectors” radar that is just as good and fun and much much less expensive. If I never get another shot at a king gorilla ju, or an affordable Chaosman 6, that’s ok. I’ll take Bwana Spoons, Sunguts, old Secret Base, kvltvs, older Gargamel, etc and call it a fair trade off.