Unfortunately lack of sales doesn't translate into 7month availability. DVC members can only book rooms that are declared into inventory. Even though phase II is scheduled to be completed this month, it doesn't mean we can book all the rooms. Disney typically declares small batches of rooms at a time. Florida does a good job of making TS records public and DVCnews.com does an excellent job of tracking units declared vs. points sold. At SSR Disney was only declaring 6 Tree houses at a time this year. Unfortunately Hawaii does not make all of these documents available. We do not know how many units have been declared or how many points have been sold.
Disney's goal is to have zero rooms available at the 7month window. That way they can convince existing owners to add on. This would require them to declare units in very small batches. The problem with this, is that if sales suddenly sky rocket they could run out of points to sell. They can only sell points from units they have declared. What we as existing owners really want, is for Aulani to almost sell out. This will make the most units available at the 7month window.
If the market cannot bare the price increase, this could be a good thing for RCI exchangers. If Disney ends up with a glut of available units that are not declared, they will be forced to dump them into RCI for the cash. Most of the unit we see in RCI are from Developer held points, not from owner trades. Disney may also make deposits to gain cash for points used to book cruses and other non-DVC lodging. Of course availability in RCI will also depress sales as savvy TS people like TUGGers realize they don't have to pay the ridiculous prices Disney is asking.