This is a restructuring of the former limiteds debate a little further down the page, if you wish to know what the original thread was about Now, onto the topic: Many of you, I'm sure, have seen limited dolls from many companies- Luts' tanned dolls when they first came out, the Delf Art and full package series, DoD's elves, tans, fullsets, and Volks limiteds.. as well as countless other companies I couldnt possibly name. This debate is, essentially, is it right to claim something is limited, then produce more of it as a normal edition? Or produce more in general? What if it is just modified a little bit, and resold? I am going to give a few examples- Please don't think I'm being biased, I'm not, these are just the first few instances I can think of off the top of my head. So, lets say.. Volks? Volks makes a lot of limiteds.. They're usually very pretty~ But typically, even though the website will say the doll, whatever limited it is, is no longer produced, they will often have sales at events, or through special time periods, at dollpas.. Perhaps a Volks limited is simply viewed as a doll that, instead of no longer being produced, is only produced in limited quantities? Or, how about DoD? They make a few limiteds too. But as was the case in the other thread, they will, sometimes, change the ears or face style and outfit of a limited and make it a general edition. This is understandable.. Because that one specific thing, ears or just a 'look' is limited. Not the doll itself, right? Nevertheless, this is a debate thread and I would very much like to hear your opinions~ If you have any examples of your own, please add them! Remember, the debate questions are: Is it right to claim something is limited, then produce more of it as a normal edition? Or produce more in general? What if it is just modified a little bit, and resold?