Whoa whoa whoa, guys. I'm not saying I'm opposed to the character. I'm not saying it's a bad character concept, just a horrifying one - a kid in the throes of puberty who has his mind and memory forced into the body of a girl. That's dark, really dark, especially for a book like Ultimate Spider-Man. For that matter, the idea of clones in general is an interesting one for the book. It gives you an opportunity to play with the idea of who Peter Parker and Spider-Man are. What happens if you twist him a little bit genetically this way, or a little bit that way? Although, I suspect Bendis hasn't really thought through the implications of what terribly ****ed-up territory he's treading into, so I doubt the characters will be followed through with correctly - and if they are, I doubt it would even fit this particular book. But that's just fine. I don't read it anyway.