Sorry to bring this up again but I think this is important regards future dev of .uk domains. I realise no one knows the correct answer but just highlighting potential issue. example: Blogg's owns the currently undeveloped hotels-dot-co-dot-uk He wants to build it out and invest money developing/marketing into a legitimate website. It only has one main, obvious and natural use, and that use if going to be pretty dam similar service to hotels-dot-com - its hard to do anything other and whay should one? mega corp owns hotels-dot-com an already established site, has buckets of cash and legal support. After speaking to Nominet, a DRS has potentially a strong case if a the .uk domain in use is a confusingly similar service (branding and look could be differnet). I wonder if this could be stifling to generic development - who wants to lose a good domain down the line to a nominet domain 'expert' So the only option is to test this by transferring a .com I own to a friend and getting him to DRS my .co.uk with a highly prepared case down the line. This is going to be an expensive exercise, but necessary. This leads be to believe how much parking prime domains could backfire long term when it comes to end users.