When looking at the pipe tobaccos they offer, they tend to offer a status for whether it's in stock or not. "In Stock" "Sold Out" "New Stock Expected (x number of days)" or "New Stock Expected (No ETA)" There is a tobacco I really like which is hard to get hold of most of the time. It has been sold out on most sites since last year as far as I can tell, but I've not been able to come across anything that says it's totally out of production. It's a JF Germain product, so it would make sense for it to have extremely sporadic availability, but I'm not seeing it listed as in stock at any other retailer. On P&C it is not listed as "in stock." In fact, it's not listed as anything, and I can't find any other tobacco that has no status given. I would ordinarily assume this is some kind of error. But not only is a status not given, it allows you to add it to the cart. On the other hand, it also allows you to add 999 tins of it without giving you the message that there isn't enough on hand to fulfill the order. Yet this stuff has been so scarce everywhere for so long, and I'm sure I've checked for it periodically before, that this has to be a recent change to the site - there's no way it hasn't at some point in recent time been listed as sold out. So anyway, it's Butera's Kingfisher. It will let you add as much to your cart as you like, which gives me serious pause. And it's out of stock everywhere else, too, adding to my disinclination. The thing is I could try to order it and it will charge my card, etc., but I'm 95% positive that I'd get an email Monday telling me the stuff is out of stock and I can't get any. Then it would be over a week to get the refund taken care of, etc. So has anyone heard of any of this hitting the shelves of B&Ms recently, or expectations of it to be coming in soon? Has anyone seen this happen at P&C before (no status given for an item), and if so have you tried ordering the item? What happened? I'd be delighted to pick up a few tins of the stuff, but I'm not sure I want to risk having 40 dollars or whatever tied up with no payoff for over a week - if it's not in stock after all, and I doubt it is, that money could come in useful elsewhere.