When you're thinking about building out a network of local sites, do you think it's going to be more effective to get all/most of the domains relating to a specific limited geographic area (e.g. the top 20 towns nearest to city X, and have city X as the centre of the network)? Or is it a better strategy to focus on acquiring as many larger/more commercially interesting places no matter where they are with respect to each other? In other words, are there likely to be commercial benefits (e.g. acquiring "regional" advertisers) to building a localised local network, or is it better to fight each battle separately but choose the best locations for those battles? I'm assuming that from a resource perspective, the 2 strategies above are likely to be mutually exclusive i.e. you can't simultaneously buy cities all over the map and also buy up "clusters" of areas around all of those, as that would be far too cost-prohibitive.