(Apologies if this is in the wrong spot and/or has been pointed out already. Please move or remove if it's not appropriate.) There is an auction on eBay for a SD Girl Nono. It looks to be a perfectly fine doll and currently at a good price. However, the seller claims she is Pureskin and she is, in fact, a much older doll and quite definitely not Pureskin. The auction is here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260124549227 Take a look at the knees. They are the old style knees. If the seller hadn't cleverly hidden her ankle and hip joints it would be even more obvious. For reference, the knees of SD dolls changed with the advent of Pureskin. Pureskin knees would look like either of the following links... (early release) http://www.crysania.com/cassiel/pureskinknees01.jpg (later release) http://www.crysania.com/cassiel/pureskinknees02.jpg Note that someone specifically asked the seller if the doll is Pureskin and he restated that she is. Either he is clueless or (and especially considering he hid the tell-tale hip and ankle joints) he's intentionally misleading buyers. Again, this would be a great doll but I'm hoping no one will pay current Pureskin prices for her thinking they will receive a Pureskin doll.