Oversold to me implies that people are being bumped, but I have *very* rarely heard of that happening. But, are they completely full up, yeah, I would imagine Disney wants them to be. I worked at Enterprise for a few years after college and our goal was to have an average of 94% of our cars on rent for the month. Most local branches run 150 cars, so that means on average, there should be 9 cars not on rent. When you figured 2 were usually in the shop, 2 were usually very hard to rent cargo or 15 passenger vans, that meant we usually had on average 5 available cars on our lot, many many times we had only 1-2 cars. So, I can imagine Disney likely has similar occupancy goals and at certain times of the year, there are just no rooms available, which averages with slower times where there is more "inventory." Is it frustrating, sure, but that's business. I really do wish they would build another DVC in CA because GCV is so hard to get, although I have been successful getting something at exactly 7 months out. 6 months and 3 weeks, not so much. But, in reality, they would sell the new property until it could be full every night and it would also be hard to get!
I forgot that you said you could get SSR in your first post because you said you were willing to stay wherever in your next one. Is that what you ended up doing? If you are willing to stay anywhere, why are you so upset about only being able to get SSR? I get being annoyed and/or disappointed, but not furious.
Are you suggesting that all the DVC people who spent tens of thousands of dollars on their ownerships stay home so availability and prices go down? I don't see that happening.