Has anybody on this forum bothered with this? It seems extremely worthwhile at first glance - equivalent £0.14p registrations for every 1 year .com registered, lol. If only Nominet took a leaf out of this book. But, the $4000 annual fee is fairly large if you don't have the customer base to make enough to cover that and profit on top. Granted that £3069 is considerably better sounding than $4000, it would still take 256, 1 year .COM registrations at a fairly average-for-industry price of £11.99 to make it up before entering profit. Does anybody have any experience with the time scales and stuff surrounding this? For example, how many customers generally buy more than 1 .com a year? At 14p a pop, it seems ludicrously profitable once you've made your ICANN fee back.