I'm still surprised, though happy I caught kitchenappliances but that's cause a few were found asleep I later learned from speaking to others, but a keen eye and a good script helped a lot too. I was in for paralegals today, just gone, reservation went this morning and khs, went this afternoon. I made a list of 38 names last night to show interest in and keep an eye on, a few were renewed, another two were mine, four are still suspended and eight are now free to reg. The remainder have been caught, which makes me feel good as I pick names others see as worth something as well but then I know my names are good, when I get them. Getting much more difficult to catch names these days, partly due to more good scripts being open to more at no extra cost. OK, so I can still flip free to reg unclaimed names and sell them for £500 on the day as I did last Friday but that don't happen every day, worse luck. Oh well, off to see what's dropping tomorrow. Well done Mr Weaver and Mr Prime but re the latter, please ensure you market your auctions well to companies and don't rest on your laurals when gifted a £10,000 name, I'm sure you are emailing furiously every hotel related business on the planet to get maximum interest and your 50% share, please market well and try for the max. Would suggest you start with the best of them, expedia etc. and work your way down. The only problem I see with the auction site, is end user is going to learn more about catching, a shame that. Still, some want a more level playing field. *But then maybe I'm being silly, most end users need more information before piecing it all together, sedos been there years.