Well Kevin, frankly I am highly offended at such an accusation. It is NOT my fault that you do NOT understand how copyright and creative commons works. If you took a second to even look at the LEGAL backings to Creative Commons you will find the answers to your questions. I for one, as a DESIGNER, have made sure to put the Creative Commons on all my models. There is a lot of discussion here regarding if you can modify or change, or re-sell a modified work from another designer (thats how this thread started). What I keep telling you is that the Creative Commons spells out in plain English what an end user can or cannot do with a designers work. Now if you want to bring PIRATING into this issue, that is completely OFF TOPIC. And the linking of "massively multiplayer online role-playing gaming" and WAREZ is complete nonsense. One is an online role-playing game (usually with a EULA, and the other is, well, PIRATED SOFTWARE (NO EULA TO SPEAK OF). The faint remote idea that a PIRATE site would have "a powerful End User License Agreement" is total BS! :roll: I also fail to understand how my "few posts to the discussion" validate you saying that there is NOTHING of value from them. Its like Bill O'Rielly saying "Cut this punks mic!". Again, I am offended at your accusations that I somehow post links for the Creative Commons. I call you out on this one sir, you are completely out of line! Creative Commons compliments Copyright, its not competing with it. This is a VERY good solution for designers who want to protect (or share) their works. That way end users will not "accidentally recolor a model causing the internet to explode".