Being a die-hard DIY nerd and modder myself, I thought this might make an interesting discussion: What do you think crosses the line of ethical modding? Given that these dolls are meant to be customized, people will do lots of unusual things to them. There are two parts to modding to consider: Asthetics, and mechanics. Asthetics: Some of us buy a doll and do simple mods like adding elf ears or horns, but the doll itself still basically looks the same. Others of us buy a doll to match a character, but the sculpt isn't exactly right and it needs a bit off the eyes here, a bit off the cheek there, so that the modded head doesn't really look like the original sculpt anymore. What about sanding down the bust that an artist carefully sculpted? Do you feel this is disrespectful to the creative vision of the sculpting artist, or do you see the doll as a blank canvas and make it your own? (I'm not talking about zombie/gore mods... there are other threads about that.) Mechanics: Sanding a neck or neck opening to fit a hybrid head and body is basic. How about improving mobility in joints? Not just sueding, but carving and sanding? Removing an adam's apple to a head can look down, carving out locking steps in the resin so a joint doesn't slide, and so on. A critisim of the sculptor's engineering skills, or not? Keep it friendly, and no slamming other people's dolls!