No problem, it's been a long thread. Thanks for clarifying protagonist / antagonist.
My argument for Psychology is that no one really seems too concerned that the 2nd Miles exists.
The spa guys are more concerned with keeping up appearances.
The company he works for never realizes there's a clone and when they see two Miles, they don't seem too bothered. They're all about convincing the evil old guy and manipulating public opinion with the ad.
The FDA agents seem like they care, but really, it's more about how no one takes them seriously and they can use the case to change the way people think about them.
It seems like the story is, there needs to be a significant change in how we're dealing with this (becoming) or one of us has to go (obtaining).
The Miles' are trying to keep up the whole ruse.
I guess that's jumping ahead, but if your hand is tipped, then I'll tip mine.