Hi, i know this has likely been discussed many times. I was curious what people thought of the current domainer resale prices for co.uk Versus .uk and then conversely the end user prices for co.uk domains Versus .uk domains My view is that looking at some current sales of the premium .uk names, the domainer reseller market for their co.uk alternative would be a multiple of a few times. ie premiumdomain.uk ROR sells for £5k then premiumdomain.co.uk would likely sell for 3-6 times more to a domainer i didnt want to list specifcs as others on here own them but we all know the bigger .uk domain sales and i would think their co.uk counterpart would have gone for a lot more. For the end user market though i think the co.uk would sell many more times more than the .uk market right now. I have sold 2 domains in the last 6 months one for £20k and one for £35k and both end users were not bothered at all about the .uk. I do think this will change but might take years. In summary and in my opinion,as long term investments, .uk's are likely a good one but it might take amazon, google, bbc or others to start using them to make that happen. This is more about what people think of current domainer resale prices of .uks compared to their co.uk counterpart.