In algebraic geometry, we are frequently interested in parametrizing geometric objects. Formally, parametrization of geometric objects having some property can be viewed as a functor $F:Sch\rightarrow Set$ from the category of schemes to the category of sets (which assigns to a scheme the set of families of geometric objects over this scheme). The problem of finding the moduli space of geometric objects can then be considered (up to distinction between fine and coarse moduli spaces) as the problem of finding an object corepresenting $F$.

It sometimes happens that $F$ can not be corepresented within the category of schemes (as in the case of the moduli problem for smooth projective curves). We are then forced to extend our category somehow; for smooth projective curves, it is enough to extend the category of schemes to the category of Deligne--Mumford stacks.

My question is: what are examples of geometrically interesting moduli problems for stacks which are not representable within the category of stacks? If there are such examples, what are the resulting extensions of the category of stacks?

P.S.: I am being deliberately ambiguous about what kind of stacks we consider (DM, Artin, etc.) because I do not know a priori where interesting examples will come from.