So, Are domain extensions becoming irrelevant? With the massive expansion in the gTLD's, pseudo ccTLD's (e.g. wales/cymru), brands tlds, and other generics over the next few years as well as probable/likely within the next 10yrs masses of city tlds and other generics the landscape is going to change massively. I've not even mentioned .uk but that's part of it. The only people I see at present persisting with the .com will still be the primary domain name and will still have significant value attitude are the portfolio holders and domainers. To the main in the street, the mom with a blog, business owner with a single domain, etc is it really going to be vital what the tld is going to be. On top of that is the way search engines are moving/developing. Will the tld become net neutral? More than likely. It's a question many domain investors are quietly ignoring.I'm not saying the world is about to end and we'll all get sucked into a black hole, but the landscape will be significantly different in 10yrs from now - as it is now from 10yrs ago when broadband became mainstream.