I've noticed there seems to have been an increase in the number of people clearing out their portfolios or even getting out of domaining/internet marketing altogether. It would be interesting to see if this is a growing trend and what the reasons are behind this. Good domains will always sell, but there still seems be a lot of people holding on to some very average (or even very poor) domain names who must now realise that the landscape has changed and that it's time to adapt or die. I suppose what I'm saying is that surely the days of sitting on a pile of domains in the hope of sellers coming to you is pretty much over (unless of course that pile is made up of very good quality names). Instead of having hundreds or even thousands of dubious quality domains, is it not better to invest in a handful of good quality domains and actually develop them? I get the sense sometimes that some people see their big list of domains and find comfort in it like a big security blanket, whereas they'd be much better of running a much more leaner operation.