Kat, I understand. If I could find another one, I would buy it just to have a spare. They do look a bit fragile when compared to GSI.
By the way, I have all sorts of Dutch Ovens including Partner Steel. I have baked things like cakes and lasagna in the P/S just fine. I cannot complain about the P/S DO units as they make great pots for what ever. But, my go to and best liked dutch ovens for rafting are the GSI. I have a old York box set up with two GSI 12's on one end with a GSI 10 inside one of the DO's and a stainless steel mixing bowl and big spoon inside the other. (I find most cook boxes do not have good cake mix bowls - do not know why). Various little gadgets like can openers, lid stands and pot roast inserts for the DO bottom fill in the extra space. In the free space at the end is my P/S coffee pot a Stainless Steel Carafe and various DO things like tongs and gloves plus my personal coffee cup. This setup handles groups of 12 to 16 really well. If more I will throw in my GSI 14 in another box. I think the GSI hard anodized aluminum cook well (not as good as well seasoned cast iron, but better than plain aluminum) and go into the dish washing train. So I do not have to baby them on river trips like I would cast iron.
Lots of chatter on the Rome unit over the years. If some one with casting ability to make these things, my bet is there would be a lot of demand. As an aside, the Rome sandwich cooker makes some really nice treats. Butter up and cinnamon two whole wheat sandwich bread slices, spoon in some apple sauce (or fruit or pie fillings and sprinkle brown sugar to taste and use the Rome unit to toast em up! A great way to make a camp fire do double duty. They make great ham and cheese toasted sandwiches as well.
At first I did not think the Rome DO part would work without legs. But we just put the bottom direct on charcoal briquettes 24 top 12 bottom and baked cornbread, cakes and bread like a champ.
message me if you find a Rome source, I keep looking but no luck lately.