I spent 3 hours at Fuller's last Friday. They have a large selection of great sounding Gibson acoustics on the walls, but I went specifically to play the J185's. I'm gassing for for one, but have been unable to find one that did it for me. That said, I don't have cash in hand to purchase one and would have to sell misc gear/stuff to make the purchase. There were two nice J185's, but neither really made me want to buy them.
My Gibson stable is currently a SJ200, J45 Vintage and an Epiphone Inspired by Gibson Hummingbird. I've always wanted a Hummingbird and tried many, but never found one that screamed buy me. The closest I've come was one of the Sheryl Crow Country Western Supreme models I played at Fuller's last year. It was excellent, but the pick guard and red back/sides didn't do it for me. My Epiphone IBG is a great guitar which currently tickles my fancy for one (A-B'd against the Gibsons that were available in GC when I purchased it and it won out).
That said, I spent a lot of time playing a 2021 Gibson Hummingbird 1960's at Fuller's this trip. Amazing guitar! $4,900 out the door price tag, and I tried to justify spending the money on it. Worked through all the things I could sell to get close. Tried to talk myself into just buying it knowing I'd regret it if I didn't. In the end I walked out empty handed and have gone back and forth about making it happen. Ultimately, $5k is just too much for me to drop at this point in my life. My IBG Bird isn't close to the Bird I played, but it scratches the itch for a fraction of the price and is a fun guitar to play. I really liked the 1950's J45 burst too as the thicker necks do it for me.
The surprise of the trip were the two Epiphone Frontiers they had. Fantastic guitars! I fully expected to not like them, but they were beautiful and both played/sounded amazing and were much lighter than anticipated. Not a fan of the look and don't want to own one, but man they were fun.
In a nutshell, Gibson is making some great guitars right now, and Fullers has a whole gaggle of them.