Still do not feel the essence of the problem. Sold a quantity of equipment, then someone had the idea to give customers an upgrade to the latest model for free. Someone invented it counted and that the cheapest will replace body. (DB will be the same). The problem comes at a time when normal camera H4D50 "from the production line" is different. DB has already a different display, electronics. Then comes the problem, because between the customer and the company is incorporated agreement. And regardless of whether the customer gets something for free or must pay for it. So from a legal point, this agreement was not kept. Client got for free or bought H4D50 that is not full-fledged H4D50. Anyway, Hasselblad admits to this himself, that just upload the new firmware. On one hand, not nice to treat the customer, on the other hand someone's irresponsibility. These things are tasty morsel for lawyers. Solve this problem could be in many ways. Even a small change in terminology. It is through such reckless moves I have now problems.