You are selling items based on criteria described by you , the seller , we in good faith are purchasing these items with station cash which is bought from real money . When you take away from the original effectiveness and intension of these items then you are defrauding the purchasers because what we paid money for at the time of sale is not what we are ending up with. Regardless of the legality of this , it's just plain bad planning and a horrible business practice. I'm sick of you using the paying PS2 community as testers for your in game weapons. Invent something, test it , sell it , and then stand by your decisions. IMO you've had enough times of being " wrong" about the specs of weapons. People are eventually just not going to buy new items from you anymore because the pre-conceived notion of an impending change in their spec has become common place. If I bought a Corvette because I drive fast and its advertised as a fast car -and a month later Chevy was able to turn off a feature to slow down my car because people complained it was too fast I would sue them .