Nominet have now published on their website details of the New Registrar Agreement and Good Practice Terms: Latest News So from the 1 March 2007 we are no longer "TAG holders" but "registrars" ? Can anyone else spot the main differences between the exisiting: Tag Holder agreement: http://www.nic.uk/digitalAssets/10341_TagAgreement.pdf and the Registrar agreement: http://www.nic.uk/digitalAssets/10514_Registrar_Agreement.pdf + Good practice terms: http://www.nic.uk/digitalAssets/10513_Good_Practice_Terms.pdf Also isn't "Registrar" more of a ICANN term? ICANN | Accreditation Overview When the use of "TAG holder" is removed in March and since a TAG can only be used for .uk domain names........ Will this mean Nominet will start to allow it's "registrars" to sell other domains like .eu ? or even .cym ? Also in the Good Practice terms it says: http://www.nic.uk/digitalAssets/10513_Good_Practice_Terms.pdf Are we not now getting into the realms of the ICANN process? ICANN | Registrar Accreditation: Process However so long as Nominet doesn't increase membership fees to pay for all this training and it doesn't go into competition with its members then I'm all for the above changes.