Mods: I searched for a similar topic and couldn't find one, so I apologize in advance if this is a repeat subject. I've noticed this off and on - a doll being labeled in the marketplace (here or on other BJD sites) as a "One of a Kind" doll. I go in, expecting to see some cool, permanent mods done, and I find out that the only thing making it "OOAK" is a special faceup by a specific artist. I leave the thread feeling disappointed, because to me, a faceup, even by a well-known artist, does not make a doll "One of a Kind". A faceup can be wiped, it can get chipped and wear off, and when all is said and done, you still have a completely ordinary sculpt underneath. Faceups/body blushing, to me, do not make a doll "OOAK" unless they are wildly unique and have been made permanent in some way. (QuearvoS's Leander comes to mind - a "wooden" BJD!) So what is it that makes a standard sculpt into a "One of a Kind"? A specific faceup or body blushing that can still be removed with standard cleaning methods or regular wear on the doll? A small modification, such as removing elf ears? A major modification, where the head or body have been sanded and/or added to with epoxy? Anything else that you can think of? EDIT: Also, I feel I should put a clarification on the term "permanent" for this discussion, now that it's been brought up. I think that, at least for the purpose of this discussion, "permanent" should refer to something that cannot be removed with normal play on the doll, and requires a concentrated effort to undo. Sound agreeable enough? I put this thread in Debate because I figured that opinions could vary pretty drastically on what warrants the "OOAK" label. Mods, if this isn't the right place for it, please move it where it belongs!