I don't know if others have this issue, but often times people will say they have a 'limited' doll and when I learn it's something like the newest Soom release, I just want to roll my eyes and say that's not limited. Yes I know the Soom dolls are 'limited', but when there 200+ of them made can they really be considered limited? Or atleast do you think/find that some people place to much weight/value on their doll being Limited when it's not very limited? When do you consider a limited doll to not be 'truely limited', and/or when does calling it 'limited' really lose it's value? Feel free to discuss a doll that you first have seen that was not very limited and then became a sort of 'true limited' doll. So when does a doll really become limited? (I've seen people try and ask for more for a doll that is 'limited' just because it is, despite the available at the time). At what point do you think people can really charge more for a 'limited' doll, because it's limited? Because a doll is 'limited' does that suddenly just make it more valuable or more important then 'standard' dolls? Have you met people who think their 'not very limited' dolls are so special, while your 'Standard' is more rare or was hard to get, and what do you do? Is there a point when a doll isn't really 'limited' just not for sale any more, and is there a difference? (Such as a discontinued mold, is it suddenly just as valuable as a limited, or not?) Is it simply 'numbers' that determine if a doll is truely limited? Or is it just because a company says it's 'limited' that makes a doll limited?