I agree. In the printed copyrighted arena the test at least used to be simple, "reproducing" small enough parts of a work that the sales of that work are not diminished is "fair use." Thus allowing people to quote extended passages legally, colleges to copy a chapter or two from a book for use in a course, etc.John O said:If one were going to be completely and anally consistent, sure. But, I consider a certain amount of home adaptation and copying to fall under "fair use".
In the case of those who create accuratizing kits, not only do they not diminish the number of kits sold, they undoubtedly increase the numbers of kits sold!