Suppose I want to rewrite PLR or EZA articles and submit them to Constant-Content. Mind you, I'm not talking about simple synonym replacement. I mean rewriting the ZUCK(-erberg) out of 'em. For example, this: Code: Price is the most sticking point for most consumers. When it comes to hiring a lawyer, hourly fees of $100 up to $1000 are out of reach of most people?s budget. And then comes the trepidation of searching for a good attorney and the right service: there is a lot of uncertainty and confusion as what a lawyer will do, and how to tell the good from the bad. Would be turned into this: Code: With most consumers, price is the deciding factor. For the purpose of hiring an attorney, hourly charges hovering in the three to four figure range are way too high for the average person's budget. Furthermore, there is the trouble of seeking out an effective attorney who will give you the service you were looking for. As you can see, there are many elements that cause uncertainty in what your attorney will do. It will be a challenge sorting the decent ones from the no-good. Do you think this would pass their dupe content checker, or would it STILL get busted? TL;DR: How badass is iThenticate?