The cool thing about this is that the bodies don't decay or smell. It would be nice if this were an affordable alternative to embalming. From what I understand, the people in the exhibit donated their bodies for plastination. Lots of people prefer to think of their bodies being so well preserved and not buried, but being used to educate. If it was me though, I'd want my skin left on.
I understand that one man covered the mother's belly with a blanket because he felt it was so sad and disrespectful to display them like that.
The exhibit fascinates me, but I am not sure I could view it. In seventh grade my teacher brought disected cats and fetuses in babyfood jars from Emory University School of Medicene. One of the jars contained a tubal pregnancy. She told us we would be minced meat if we shook the baby out of the cross section of fallopian tube. None of that bothered me, but then I was 13 or so.