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What does "close to the Digital Designer" mean? Would it be better to say "is developed from the Digital Designer" or "has used the Digital Designer to create sets"? I don't know if those things are true, so there has to be some sort of reference.Targetonmyback 07:17, 31 October 2007 (UTC)
Dear All, I believe there is a bit of confusion going on with sets belonging to the Exclusives range of products and the Design By ME. The listed products under the "List of Sets" heading are all Exclusives, and not Design By ME, which, by their very nature of being customised products, have no serial numbers. Unless there are contrary arguments, I will proceed with modifying this section accordingly. George Adam Horváth (talk) 20:08, 14 November 2011 (UTC)
I have used this information as reference for the information. However, I have asked Lego Customer Care to clarify the continuation of LDD and Pick-a-Brick, which was via a separate e-mail communication. Any ideas if I should (and if yes, how) include that reference? George Adam Horváth (talk) 20:30, 14 November 2011 (UTC)