Just wondering what the consensus was on the new domain shake up was, especially in relation to .co.uk? Opportunity or Threat? Gives us the opportunity to be in at the beginning... Looks like it's going to take serious $$ to get the best extensions though! I was reading on one feed that price for an extension could be $100,000. That seems incredibly cheap. I can't imagine .NYC or .London selling for those prices! .NYC for $1000,000 would seem like a bargain surely? Hotels.NYC - hotel would be a fantastic name that could command a hefty annual renewal fee. How many of us is it going to take to join together to be able to buy .hotels Personally I think the proliferation and subsequent confusion, as to whether a website is UK focused or not, may actually increase the value of owning a domain with a uk extension. However, I'm obviously biased!