I was going to use "Portfolio size?" as the subject, but thought twice. If you're like me you have a bunch of names that you know have value (your real portfolio) and then a bunch of names you gathered over time not really knowing why (maybe a good idea for a site, investment, multiple possible end users...) I'll try and share and comment about my rationale for reducing the 'portfolio' and shifting between (g)tlds and would be interesting to see if others have made any shifts too. At my peak I had over 400 .co.uks and maybe 250 .coms (maybe 1 .org, 1 .us, 1 .net and 8 .org.uks). Here's where I stand now: .co.uk 85 .com 34 .us 1 .nyc 118 Of the .co.uks I'll always keep about 25 of them for my sites/projects/emails etc.) but will sell off or let drop the other 60. I guess my money switched into the .NYCs and despite flipping one recently for $1k, I think that this will be a medium term hold for most of them. I bought a couple in the first wave of premium auctions and total in is about $7k. Here's what I learnt and probably should have known... you can negotiate with registrars on renewal fees! I'm a Nom member and so get the cheapest prices for uk's, but the .nycs floor price seemed to be $22 in Oct '14. Now renewals are about to happen, the registrars have generally pushed the price up to $30 and above! So I approached a few registrars about transferring 100+ names to them and two dropped the price so I think they might be making a loss in the first year - I got a price of $17.99. iF i'd have let them renew with the old registrar I'd have paid an extra $12 each for over a hundred names. Anyways would be interesting to hear other people's stories.