I'm ovo most of the time, recently a top name dj played a tune on an acetate carver thing at an ovo event. I only knew as it had a small hole and the 45 original was only us release.
I was the only one who picked up on this not anyone on the dance floor cared and it was rammed.
The dj had records worth thousands of pounds and in his sets the cost would have been over 20 thousand pounds to buy them
As for youngsters playing bootlegs to dj at small pub events etc the only thing worse than a young dj playing a bootleg of a 100 pound tune is the same dj playing an original of the record a dealer has charged him 250 for
Big name djs deceiving people living off their reputation from years ago are just taking the piss and trying to hang on to something they don't have