Yes, the price point is definitely a big reason why its shocking that the customers should be the ones changing something as basic as the color of the joints. Changing wigs, eyes, outfits is not the same thing as dyeing parts to match. If you don't like a wig, you switch it with another one. If you don't like how your faceup came out, you wipe it off and try again. Even if you botched a mod job, you can fix it up with epoxy putty. Dyeing is a very meticulous and complicated process, and it is permanent as far as my knowledge goes. More often than not, people choose to do it when they have no other option to get the color that they want, and not everyone gets good results. I expected better. I'm disappointed.