As Stan points out, we did make some mistakes in our original license agreements and our legal representation pointed out the issues we needed to correct in order to protect our ability to continue to create and sell solutions... a.k.a. the license had to be modified. Changing a license and limiting rights is always a sticky subject and is not done lightheartedly, but in this case it shouldn't be too hard to figure out why it had to be done.
We are not actively persuing users that have launched on more than one domain. This provision is in place to prevent users from hosting and reselling the site in its entirety and becoming competition for our own sales. The reality is we would only become aware of a problem if you were advertising and selling a direct copy of the solution.
If you want to launch solutions like this on multiple web sites for your clients, then you would need to either purchase a license or purchase the super suite and recreate the functionality... The solution might still be a good investment as a working example, at which point it would be very difficult to differentiate between the solution we sell and one that you could create by mimicing the workflow demonstrated in the solution using our tools.