It's kind of strange that Enya is so rarely seen in the hobby shops anymore. I believe it's the only brand that I've never seen anyone say one bad thing about here at RCU. I'd buy one tomorrow if I didn't have to order it. I like to hold an engine in my hands and look it over before I decide.
Those days are nearly gone, Tim. I gave up on hobbyshops and ordered online only for many years. My latest experience at a hobbyshop pushed me right back to ordering online. I don't care about their minimum orders, etc. I want what I want when I want it. I can always return an item if I made a mistake in ordering something, as long as it is in like new condition. No hobbyshop is going to give you a refund for something you ran or partially assembled, so where is the advantage?
While there are a few good hobbyshops here and there, there hasn't been a good one local to me since the early eighties. Just about everything that I buy turns out to be an item that must be ordered anyway, so why bother?
I do my shopping at various fields by finding what I'm interested in in another modeler's model and asking him questions about it. That turns out to be much more reliable than just holding something in my hand at the local hobbyshop. Of course, the internet plays a major part in my shopping decisions.