The store I work for is part of a larger company. My specific dept is called "Build Your Own", where we sell computer components. I prefer for us to have nice looking computers in our dept, which is why I provide the mods. I can't sell my mods and had to sign a form to not do so, or I would be considered "competing" Well, recently the VP came for a surprise visit and asked why aren't we selling my mods in store? I told him about what I had to sign and that really any of my big mods are out of my system and I've really lost my drive to do more. Later on he decided to talk with my manager and now apparently it's been decided. My manager asked me to do another wild mod. He will use store parts to fill it and then the store will sell it. It aggravates because it seems like I do all the labor and pay for all the supplies and the store collects the money? When it comes down to it, I'm not even that angry about the money. My computers are unique and I don't do the same one twice. I also sign all my mods and consider them my intellectual property. If the store sells my computer mod, do I lose those rights? If someone enters my mod in a computer contest and wins a prize, do I legally get to have some of it? I'd hate to have this be my big "break" in the modding world, but I'd also hate to be getting screwed. Your thoughts?