Yes - This is the "game" that many owners play while hedging their bets against better future availability. The only catches are:
* Reservations may be cancelled within 24 hours of making the reservation request without incurring a fee ($29) unless the reservation was made less than 30 days prior to the check-in day.
* Cancellations or changes in reservations made more than 60 days prior to the check-in day will result in unrestricted restoration of the related StarOptions to your account for further use during that use year, although your related Home Resort Preference Period rights will not be restored.
* If you cancel 60 days or less prior to the check-in day you will still be able to make reservations during that use year, but only to reserve a vacation that is within 60 days of the arrival date.
Using your example, today you can make a reservation at your home resort for Feb 2007 (12 months out). If you really want Nov 2007, hold on to your Feb reservation and try to change it in Nov 2006 (12 months out). You may have to pay a $29 fee. If you want to go to a different resort in Nov 2007 (like Harborside), you would have to request it in March 2007 (8 months out).
Here is a sequence of events that would work in your scenario, assuming availability at each step:
Feb 06: reserve a unit at WKORV for Feb 07
Nov 06: change the reservation to Nov 07 at WKORV ($29 fee)
Mar 07: change the Nov 07 reservation at WKORV to Harborside ($29 fee)