I was just musing: in all likelihood, the domains that will drop in the next 5 years will be just a fraction of those that dropped in the last 5. And the more that the value of domains becomes clear "to everyone", the fewer and fewer decent drops there will be. (Certainly that seems to be the current trend, and there's no real reason why it should reverse itself) At the same time, more and more catchers, public, semi-private and private, keep piling into the market, chasing an ever-decreasing pool of commercially desirable domains. What does that mean? Well, it means the best time to catch was "yesterday", but the next best time to catch is "today". It also means that if you have the wherewithal to "stock the shelves" whether through catching or through judicious after-market purchases, now might be a very good time to do so. Relevant aside: that's exactly what I've been doing. In the last year I've bulked up my portfolio from 3,500 to about 5,200 domains through fresh registrations, catches and targeted buying on Acorn and elsewhere. I'm about done with shelf-stocking, though I'm probably going to push through 6,000 names before I finally slow to a "sustainable pace" (new acquisitions roughly balanced by sales). Anyway, how do you see the drop market evolving? And (if you're willing to share) where do you see the opportunities still lie?