The "Integration and Alienation modifiers" table lists "Clone of Prior Morph" as a +20 modifier, and I expect that inhabiting a replica of one's birth morph would help characters with Body Dysmorphia Disorder or the Identity Crisis negative trait (why isn't that listed as a Mental Disorder?). However there don't seem to be any rules for commissioning a clone.
Closest I've seen are the rules in Transhuman and the Morph Recognition Guide for "Heirloom" morphs cloned from celebrities, which have their price category bumped up a notch from the morph's normal cost. Do you think that would be enough to compensate for the lack of "economy of scale" when commissioning a clone of a specific person?
I know that most campaigns don't have the time scale to cover force-growing a biomorph to maturity, but it might make a decent long-term character goal.