Heh, I answered generally in terms of who I bought the most tea from. Virtually every sheng that's not part of my daily rotation (from Houde), i.e., the nice stuff, is sold out, with the exception of the YQH Gushu Chawang. And ya know, I should have been buying Banzhang when I bought those. Houde is still good in that they have a lot of high value/price ~$60 bings. Most of them are rather humble--they seemed really expensive for the value 2 years ago.
I pretty much consider Chawangshop and Puerhshop to be roughly the same kind of vendor, with no aspersions cast on Chawangshop. I've never bought from either, just kept an eye on what people thought of their teas. So if you're in the US, you may well be better off with the combination of Puerhshop/Jaseteas.
gasninja, it doesn't look like Sunsing or Skip4tea has been putting up new teas much, either. They just have more stuff in stock, right (am I missing something cool?)
I think we have to wait for a goodly bust (without us caught up in the busting process) before we see some real restocking of quality tea at fair prices. I am concerned about new sheng, though. I get the sense that we're going to see the kind of quality declines one sees from oolong bushes after they get older. It doesn't seem like people are doing a great job taking care of their trees, and the climate has been wacky and wackier as times goes on in Yunnan due to the loss of forest cover.