This morning I found out that CodeAse, sells a tool, CodeAse 2.0, which is just LLBLGen 1.x but with different screencolors. LLBLGen 1.x is BSD licensed, but that doesn't mean you can simply rebadge it and sell it as if you wrote it! The BSD license clearly states you have to mention the original author of the work you use in your software in the About box and documentation. This didn't happen.
This apparently is the downside of releasing software under the BSD license: there are always lazy people around which just grab your hard work and act as if they spend 3 months of programming the stuff, because they didn't.
To all the people who want to purchase CodeAse 2.0: you can better get the free LLBLGen, it's the same code and it doesn't cost you a dime: http://www.sd.nl/software. To all the people who have already purchased CodeAse 2.0: you bought a product which violated the license of the code it contains. I'm not sure what that means for your situation, but if I look at SCO, I'd drop CodeAse on the spot.