Hiya folks. I just went over to MOW's website to take a look at things on a whim, and saw an item he's selling that I was hoping to get some feedback on. Not sure if it's ok to put a link in here, so I'll error on the side of caution and guess that I can't. It's his MOW ROTJ Gloves available in X-Large... that are being sold at a steep discount,... and I mean steep. In the item description it says they are well made, high quality gloves that "meet today's standards".... but then also states that "... they're not exactly movie accurate they have subtle differences in the overall design that aren't found in the movie version particularly in the stitch work. The movie version gloves were shown with quilted patchwork which was hand stitched. Hand stitching is nearly impossible to reproduce in a large production run today. Instead the quilted patchwork in this variant glove is machine stitched into the gloves construction. The finished product is a high quality glove which meets today's standards..." So what I was wondering was.... does "high quality glove which meet's TODAY'S STANDARDS" mean that they'd meet the requirements even though they aren't hand stitched..... or that because they aren't hand stitched that they wouldn't pass 501st muster even though they are high quality. If anyone could take a look at them (again, not sure if I'm allowed to post a link to an off site item for sale) I'd appreciate it. I of course don't want to purchase them if they aren't 501st compliant. Thanks everyone.