That was an interesting exercise for me tonight, just picking out about 50 .co.uk's and listing at what I thought were rock bottom prices for a few hours. The viewing figures are about what I expected for the for the posts given it was a Saturday evening. But I must admit I thought one or two would sell at the £30 - £40 everything was offered at. I know they are mostly brandable type domains and more specialist areas. but each term I thought was at least recognisable for its audience and equally surprisingly an area where the .com market seems to be stable at sales figures that really appear fortunate for me in the past - and hopefully continue I always consider myself on a learning curve even at my 50+ years and try to gleam as much info as I can about the nature of any of my sales in .com. And they do seem to go to website developers and end users in about equal measure. I for one have always pointed out the difference between the two markets in appraisal requests - but it did make me realise just how extremely fundamentally different the two markets are. Perhaps far more than I imagined. The other surprise is in revisiting my .co.uk drops, just how many, And I am taking an estimated guess of around 60% are captured on the day of the drop. Most of which I would consider at best on Par and probably in quite a few instances weaker (and they would have only ever been parked in their lifetime too) No your not getting rid of me - I enjoy the crack here. But Again i'm still perplexed by the nature of the UK domain business. I appreciate some may say you just made it a one evening listing. But I don't see that as a fully explaining the dynamics of the co.uk mindset. Disappointed, slightly that I had to borrow a few quid to pop out for a beer. and then found I wasn't really in the mood anyway. and I was itching to see if any takers before my midnight cut-off. Feel free to make any comments - I know my insistence on paypal wouldn't have helped but who doesn't have an account there these days. Sure this reads more like a blog-post but like I say I am always keen to learn..