Oh, I don't know. There is a lot of parroting what others have said as if one understands and is now an expert because I Saw It On The Internet.Obviously. I've just been dragging it out to see how long it might take before he figures it out. At first I just thought it might be a typo but the Red Dot and Yellow Dot has been mentioned too many times to just be a typo.
Consider the term "OEM" and how it is almost never correctly used. OEM is the Original Equipment Manufacturer. It is not a part, it is who made the part. Go to the parts store and buy "OEM brake pads" and you will get pads made by the same company as made the OE (Original Equipment) brake pads. That does not mean you purchased the same brake pads as came on the car.
We hear Johnson Controls makes recent Outback batteries. Johnson Controls also makes Optima. So boys and girls take note: Your beloved premium Optima battery is OEM. Never mind Subaru never used an Optima. An Optima is not OE but it is OEM. If "OEM is junk" then an Optima must be junk too.