Stumbling around looking at competitors on Etsy, I found this in a listing: INCLUDES GLASS OR MUSEUM GRADE ACRYLIC (YOUR CHOICE) There is no way that they are selling actual Museum Acrylic for the same price as glass. They sell some of the same frames as I so I know what their costs are and including actual Museum Acrylic isn't possible. It would cost more than what the frames costs . So what is it? I Googled around and found some sites like this one ( http://mirageoutlet.com/ACRYLITE-PLEXIGLASS-Premium-Acrylic-Sheets.html ) calling FF3 Museum Grade. WTF!!!!! I need to figure out how to address this. If I do nothing, the average customer will think that their "Museum Grade Acrylic" is better than mine but I can't consciously call FF3 Museum Grade. I was thinking that I might put a disclaimer in my listings that says something like: I use Premium Clear Picture Framing Acrylic. Some call this Museum Grade Acrylic, not to be confused with the extremely expensive the product named "Optimum Museum Acrylic". I think they are misleading their customers. What do you think?