(Please note: for the purposes of this thread and this thread only, can we assume the necessity of some sort of price rise. That does not mean that I in favour of one - as my posts on the other threads have made very, very clear. Thanks.) This is just me thinking "aloud" here, but how do you see the following...? Principle: 25p increase in per-year registration fees. New pricing: £3.75+VAT for 1 year, £5.50+VAT for 2 years. By implementing the above (i.e. raising prices 25p per year's worth of registration) Nominet would achieve a price increase which hurts everyone a bit and hurts everybody equally. A fair and equitable price rise, in other words. It would also bring in over £2,500,000 a year in additional revenue, while not favouring or prejudicing any particular party or business model. A) Does the above look fair to you? B) Is there an even better way to do it? C) Are there any snags or loopholes in the above?