I've started noticing a trend of custom items with Oakley logos or images being listed in the exchange. Whether they are custom designed posters, glassware, scale vehicles, replicas of pop cards or metal signs etc. My question is, when does a custom item that is built or commissioned by a member cross the line and become a counterfeit. The fact that these items have been sold surprises and somewhat worries me. While in the cases so far, the original seller has clearly listed them as custom or reproduction, they are now dispersed and owned by many different people. It would be very easy for them to be resold (here or elsewhere) without mention that they are not authentic Oakley (either by accident or otherwise). This contributes to uncertainty for everyone when purchasing items going forward. Please note that it is not my intention to call out any individuals and in many cases, their work is very well done. I also have no issue with people making custom items for their own display or use, however I believe the forum should prevent the sale of these items as they would counterfeit sunglasses. I realize that there may be some grey area that would need to be addressed (such as a member taking an authentic Oakley item and modifying or re-purposing it into something unique). Thoughts?