Should I have a problem with this? In these forums, and in the classifieds, I have been seeing a lot of either Squier (not "Squire," you dorks!) basses or "Franken-basses" where the owner has done a fair amount of upgrading of parts (pickups, necks) etc., and then slapped a Fender decal on the headstock. Generally, the owner has been pretty above-board about noting that the bass in question is not a "real Fender," unlike every ad for a Fender I've ever seen on Craigslist (*Invariably a "Squire"), but still, this just doesn't seem entirely kosher to me. First of all, why would you do something like that unless you were trying to convince people it's a Fender? Second, sure YOU might be up-front when you're selling it, but what's to stop the next guy you sell it to from reselling it as a "real Fender?" How much responsibility should the original decal-swapper bear for this? I'm not trying to get anyone in trouble here; this is more of a philosophical question I had that I thought I'd put to my TB colleagues.