I'm just curious. How do you present your domains for sale? For example, do you have a portfolio site with all your domains listed? If so, do you list them alphabetically? By category/niche/genre? Some other way? Do you present other related domains to the particular domain name somebody's looking at? Do you reveal an asking price, guide price, minimum price or price range? Do you "pretend" that the other domains in your portfolio don't exist i.e. do you present the site as if you've only got THAT particular domain for sale? Or perhaps you keep things even vaguer, or don't list them for sale at all? Rather than limiting replies artificially with a poll, I thought I'd keep this free-form so that we can get some feedback going. Myself, I present the domain name that the visitor actually went to in order to reach the Memorable Domains site inserted into the content of the front page (using simple PHP string insert function which reads the domain out of the URL and bungs it into the text). I offer two lists, one of all my names in alphabetic format, and one of all my names grouped into over 100 categories. NOTE: 99%+ of my domains redirect to Memorable Domains, though I park a handful of high-traffic names. How about you?