It's not really like a dealbreaker if a doll doesn't have it, but I love it when doll head caps fit super snug and flush. I don't know why I like this so much when I only have one doll who shows off a lot of headcap due to a shaved hairstyle (though unfortunately he is not one of the super snug head cap molds, maybe I will pad in the gap at some point) and don't take my dolls places that often so it's not like they are gonna risk losing a head cap out in the wild. Tight fitting headcaps does help a little with making hard wig caps for me. Like my LLT Neil headcap fits so perfectly that like the line nearly disappears. If it fit any closer it might be impossible to take his headcap off! Simply Divine Thomas had a super snug headcap, like I don't think I even needed to install magnets. Akagidoll Ban and SIO2 Cold Dew also have very close fitting head caps. Dollshe David's head cap fits fine but has visible gaps. Pygmalion Robin probably has one of the weakest head cap magnets of the dolls I have owned and the headcap doesn't fit in a super exacting way. I'm also super glad that doll companies have long since moved away from using the s-hook to keep the head-cap on. My first doll Dollzone Megi caused me to hurt myself many times fumbling the s-hook around the headcap and the resin loop to hook s-hook on is covered in scratches at this point. I ended up supergluing magnets on my Ninodoll Bada because I am not gonna deal with that... How do you all feel about headcaps? Like having a gap so it's easier to flip off the head cap? Like them snug as a bug in a rug?