In this article two butterflies are compared, each representing a common use of data quality: firstly and most commonly in the natural or original position or place for existing systems, and secondly for use in data migration. Butterflies are beautiful, delicate yet resilient creatures, great in number and variety. The trick is determining how beautiful you want your data, a subjective assessment, but the end goal is common, which is to make the quality fit enough for how the data is intended to be used.