I think it's fair to say that it's become a pretty accepted practice within the hobby over the last six months or so to commission DIM Minimees of celebs, computer game, anime, manga and tv/movie characters. Putting the Celebs aside for the moment though: What do you think about the fact DIM are making money from other people's original works? Just as an example, there have been several minimee heads of characters from the Final Fantasy games, Square-Enix owns the copyright to these characters so is it permissible for DIM to be making money from the sculpting of doll heads based off those designs? Legally speaking there is no law that states something must be a certain % different from the original to not be considered a copy if it's clearly based on something, so does DIMs practice of only doing up an 80% likeness excuse the breech of copyright? And if a head's referred too as 'So-and-So from whatever' wouldn't that make it pretty obvious in the eyes of the law that that's whom it's supposed to be regardless of if it's a 20% or 80% likeness? I think it would be fair to say that if DIM where basing their sculpts off existing dolls there would be a lot of outcry here on DoA but Minimee's of copyrighted characters are happily tolerated. Could this be considered hypocritical on our part?