Following on from the discussion myself and Edwin had in this thread I thought I would do a poll to gauge other peoples opinions. I want you to answer as honest as possible, with an unbiased view based on your own portfolios - this is a total business related question based on the information in this thread. We all know that both .co.uk and .org.uk domains have the same SEO value and benefits at present with Google, so from an SEO value and NOT domain value, they are 100% equal. If you had ONLY £10,000 to spend and you decided to buy a domain name which you were going to develop into a proper website (not a minisite) to make a regular income , which was soley going to rely on search engine traffic, and other forms of online sources (ie no offline advertising) which name would you choose to buy a). The .co.uk name is available for £7,500 leaving £2,500 for a website and SEO b). The .org.uk name is available for £750 leaving £9,250 for a website and SEO I have used the 10% value ratio, as opposed to the 1% value in the other thread, to be fairer to the .co.uk option.