A PREMIUM, SHORT, MEMORABLE domain name "hack", and her sister, both with GREAT BRANDING POTENTIAL: WAV.ES & WAVES.TV One can use them for: 1) An online VIDEO site focusing on SURFING & WATER SPORTS, 2) A TV NETWORK site (perhaps with live / interactive capabilities). 3) A COMMUNITY / SOCIAL NETWORKING destination with MULTIMEDIA capabilities. 4) A great sell for an INTERACTIVE MARKETING agency to be used in a CAMPAIGN project. 5) A destination to download MUSIC & AUDIO files These are only the possibilities, because in a marketing sense, waves stand for: * the "AIR / SOUND waves" of the TV, that signifies TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION * BROADCASTING, that signifies COMMUNICATION. * ENERGY which signifies MOVEMENT, DYNAMISM * Sea / water waves which signifies COOLNESS, FRESHNESS, HOLIDAYS, BEACHES * .wav format associated with sound files. Some other facts: * There are TV networks and shows with this name across the world. Google it. * A Google Search on wav / wave / waves returns half BILLION hits. * This was used by an older web2.0 start-up for an innovative offering. Google waves.tv * There's already a steady flow of traffic for waves.tv, and a Google PR of 3 which can be turned into immediate cash. * With the right branding and audience, wav.es very well can be much more valuable than waves.com, because it's simply SMART, INTERESTING, and DIFFERENT. * Thanks to broadband & video .TV is the rising star of the net, soon to be the most valuable right next to .COM. Take a look at these actual sales figures: golf.tv $600K, property.tv $100K surface.tv $27K, med.tv $13k * Thanks to all Spanish speaking countries, .ES also presents a good value, see these actual sales figures: one.es $115K, single.es $43K, yell.es $13K To me, these 2 domains are true real estates, with a huge potential value when the right customer walks in. Please submit your appraisal. Also feel free to visit Waves.tv & Wav.es and then follow the links to bid on sedo NOW. They both could be yours at a bargain price tomorrow !! At least go and visit the domains, and try to "experience" them before you appraise What do you have to loose?