Here is a picture of the nothing that I've found.
I have to assume that all the good Pyrex is being snapped up the minute it appears on the thrift store shelves by people like me, which is fine. I know I'm not the only collector. But sometimes it almost seems like Pyrex doesn't even get put on the shelves anymore. I haven't seen a piece of it in St. Vincent de Paul or Deseret Industries for months. At my local Goodwill, there are a couple DWD pieces that have lived there for months on end. It's just a bummer.
I've got a very satisfactory collection now--way more than I need--but sometimes I just miss that little thrill of spotting a pattern from halfway across the store, having the world go silent except for the sound of my breathing and my cape flapping as I fly across the store--Super-Pyrex-Woman, on her way to rescue another piece of Pyrex from being washed in the dishwasher, chipped against other thriftstore crockery, or just not sufficiently admired. You know that feeling, right?
Any other Seattle people experiencing the same problem? If not, I'm happy for you. No need to divulge your sources--just give this lady some hope, please!