Apologies if this has been discussed, but I didn't see a thread like this in the active areas. Does anyone else struggle with the urge to "rescue" dolls that are being offered for sale in a damaged state? I have high respect for anyone who mods a doll -- I'm too afraid to even do face-ups on mine, much less take a Dremel to them! -- and I know that sometimes the best efforts just don't work out. But recently I saw a doll being offered for sale on another site that is showing clear signs of being, shall we say, a practice doll for some body mods. The seller admits that the mods are not quite right, but blames them on a previous owner. I flinched when I saw the modifications. The doll is a sculpt I'm vaguely interested in owning, and is legit, and is being offered at a good price considering the damage. The mods are such that they could be covered by clothing most of the time. But I don't need the doll, and I wasn't planning to actually add any more dolls to my horde this year...yet I find myself going back to the listing multiple times a day, and pondering the idea of rescuing this doll like it was an orphaned puppy! I showed the doll to the spouse and he pointed out that he often has to persuade me to back away from "rescuing" a doll -- I didn't realize how often I do that. I can't even claim that I'm going to repair the damage or complete the modification to make it all worthwhile, I just want to feel like these unwanted dolls get a home! Does anyone else feel this intense urge to grab these semi-broken BJDs and just give them a good home?