I guess that's technically true, since Caliber is in Korea. I do want to clear one thing up from the older posts in this thread. The term "public domain" means something very specific in IP law. Wikipedia puts it pretty well: 'In a general context public domain may refer to ideas, information, and works that are "publicly available", but in the context of intellectual property law, which includes copyright, patents, and trademarks, public domain refers to works, ideas, and information which are intangible to private ownership and/or which are available for use by members of the public.' The owner of a work can explicitly release it to the public domain, or their rights can lapse due to time or because the rights weren't defended properly. "Moby Dick" was copyrighted at one point, but after a period of time the copyright expired and now it's in the public domain. Posting photos or drawings of a design doesn't mean you've forfeited all your rights, and the design isn't in the public domain at that point. If you want to trademark a design you created, that's a different process, but again just because you posted it somewhere doesn't mean it's free for anyone to use. Patents are a whole different beast altogether.