. . . that is standing in the way of timesharing being what it could be is no exit strategy.
We can talk forever about value, and accomodations, and econmics, and resales, and sleazey sales tactics, and trading power, and points and weeks and minisystems, and escalating fees, and the myriad of negativity associated with timesharing.
But, the one big thing, the one thing that really matters, is that when anyone is done with theirs, not only is it not worth anything . . . not only can they not give it away . . . but they either have to keep paying for something they do not need, or endure the consequences of just not paying any more.
Solve that problem, and most of the others will go away, probably including JLB.