I was just chatting to an end user in a gym over some iron and he was talking intrinsic value vs domainers value. For an idea of what we was talking about... I bought a picturehostdotcom style .com while ago, other .coms of very similar make up was selling around very early x,xxx, however this one had an I prefix and matched the apple ideology of names. so had ipad/ipod/iphone possibles as a future apple product. So based on how much money apple had to spend they in their coconut decided if apple wanted this domain they would pay at high x,xxx. I have no doubt they contacted end users and failed so they posted it on namepro still with the goldenapple x,xxx price even the name without the i prefix was on sale for mid x,xxx. Anyway this was the sorta thing we was talking about, and the issue he had with buying the names he wanted. I got to thinking is it just me or is there alot of this sort of pricing on acorn on at the mo where prices are based on a single potential attribute (which has prob been hit n failed) rather than a realistic domainer market value? I appreciate you can sell you names for whatever blah blah but still.