I'm not particularly interested in which is correct, but I noticed when hearing/seeing others (and myself) speak/write about BJDs, people follow different conventions. I hope I'm not starting a grammar war in the comments, but I just wanted to see if anyone else noticed something funny about their own speech (or perhaps you eliminate this inconsistency): I say "an" MSD/SD, but "a" Mini-Super Dollfie and "a" Super Dollfie. (I believe this is because I pronounce MSD "em-ess-dee" and SD "ess-dee," both of which start with a vowel sound.) I guess if someone is really passionate about there way being right and wants to write a rant, that's fine, but please be nice to others with a differing opinion! (If you're anything like my family, I'd hate to cause chaos on a forum made to share such a harmless and captivating interest) If anyone has any similar related anecdotes about other languages, I'm game to read them too!