As a writer I dislike when anybody copies any of my work without attribution. I use spinners sometimes to tweak my own words for various purposes, but not other people's content unless it is something I have purchased with the rights to do so. My question is...if you take so much time to do what you posted, why not write your own content? (If you are not copying and pasting your own words that is, which you may be) I can't see how it would read smoothly without you working on it quite a lot after the pasting is done. I am not trying to be insulting, but I do wonder. I come across PLR a lot that has been sold as having quality, but when I get it I find it reads very badly and phrasing is choppy, as if it were pasted together. Can't use that and keep a reputation as producing quality work.
I am not sure how Google sees your work because I don't see an example of it here. I have heard Google is becoming smarter when they see content that looks as if it were copied and pasted, then put on a web site. It doesn't help rankings I would imagine since Google is looking more at content's true usability now, and I doubt folks will keep coming to a site that has it C&Ped unless it reads smoothly like original quality writing would. Folks want unique content they don't see everywhere. Do you run the complete C&Ped article through Copyscape as well? Does it still come out as 95% unique? If you only want more content to fill out a site that you use for other ranking reasons other than to have repeat visitors I suppose it wouldn't matter as much.