Ocean Pointe is AWESOME, and we LOVE it there!
We are traveling with little ones now and would like to try a Disney location on the beach. We figure that while they are still little they would enjoy the Disney theme. We try to to go to different resorts each year, and I am trying to figure out how to get to Disney & Ron Jon Caribe without being an RCI member!
You and I seem to keep crossing paths on this board lately!
I am not sure where Ocean Pointe is or how desirable the location, but you could consider trying to organize a private exchange into VB in the TUG marketplace.
I think you certainly might get VB through SFX, but I would not count on it. Your best luck would likely be naming multiple resorts and many weeks, I think you are more likely to be disappointed if you only have a single resort on your list. SFX likely gets occassional VB deposits, nowhere near the regularity of the RCI deposits. As a DVC owner, I can tell you a peak season VB 2BR costs 321 DVC points and those points would rent for $3200. Most of SFXs inventory can be rented for less than $3200, so your typical DVC owner would rent their pts out over depositing with SFX. I'm not saying it doesn't happen, just that it's not the most logical thing for a DVC owner to deposit with SFX.
I know as well it has been stated that SFX only gets the best resorts and weeks, it would be a place to get a Hyatt for example. As a Hyatt owner, I can tell you depositing in SFX is nowhere near as good of a value for a Hyatt as an Interval deposit. For example, my gold week is worth 1880 Hyatt points. An interval red week 1BR "costs" me 870 points and II gives me a bonus week for each week at just the cost of the exchange. So that's 4 1BR weeks for 4 exchange fees (no interval membership, that's included in the Hyatt dues), or about $680 in exchange fees plus 140 points left that I can save in Interval until the following year.
With SFX, I must first book a 1BR high season week in the Hyatt system, which costs me more points, around 1360. For that I get one 1BR exchange, plus a variable number of bonus weeks (up to 7) at a variable per week cost (say $350 on average). So for four 1BR weeks, my cost is 1 exchange fee plus 3 x $350 bonus week fees or a total of $1230.
The only point I am making is that for your typical Hyatt owner, it makes more sense to deposit in II. The Hyatt SFX deposits will be much less common- really limited to Hyatt owners who want something SFX specializes in, folks that have a beef with II or people who don't really care about maximizing value.
I have been accused of SFX bashing in the past and I by no means am bashing them. I am just pointing out the reasons why certain types of deposits are probably less common in SFX- they don't make as much sense for the owners as other options those owners might have. I myself have deposited a Hyatt unit in SFX, but it is extraordinarily unlikely that I would ever deposit a DVC.