First off, I preface by saying I understand the concept of "oneoffs" coming from the actual companies marketing. I also equally respect, love, and drool all over the LE's that come out. I always felt because of the fact they come directly from a company and oftentimes are released in conjunction with celebratory events etc they are a wonderful jolt of excitement and interest. Then on the flip side I kinda just get confused and when I see a modified/customized doll being sold or labeled as "OOAK" (One Of A Kind) either on ebay or in the gallery or marketplace here. I mean the community encourages taking these and making them 'yours', and customizing one way or another to your hearts content. As a result I'd say the label is just redundant and not really a descriptive/selling point. And I don't mean to be unkind and step on toes or anything, but does anyone feel the same way? Or am I missing a bigger picture here? And for that matter, what are people's feelings on buying a Oneoff vs. a really well done full customization? For artistic value personally I feel I'd pay the most for what I liked the most, whether it be something collaborated on by a larger company or a project from a member here. Do people consider a completely created fullset and modified/customized doll to still be a oneoff if it is not released by the maker company?