Does anyone have any idea of the normal demand for domains on a monthly basis? My perception is that there seems to be a lot of "reggers" and not too many buyers? Personally my portfolio (lovingly refered to as my moneypit) gets bigger on a daily basis (depending on the weather ) and i may get 2 or 3 offers a month of which most are speculative £110 which i'm sure are generated by sedo most of the time to keep me interested. In the last year i may have had 4 or 5 legitimate buisness offers. (you can always spot them as them come in at minimum £300) In the long term is there enough demand to sustain the market or are we all going to be sitting on domains waiting for something to happen? as a collective should we not all be promoting the co.uk domain extension? the problem is sedo and its advertisers wont let you promote domains for obvious reasons but on the other hand the long term value will depend on domain name visibility? Some how we need search engines to spider parked or for sale domains - this aint going to happen because they'd just end up with cr*p search engine results. Again i'm back to the service sedo has provided by providing a one stop shop for domains this is good for us. We need some kind of listing site to showcase all UK domains available, perhaps seperate from the parking programs. Anyone got any thoughts?