This is not based on any specific string, any strings or likeness to real life events is purely coincidental. The current positions as far as I know are: 1), is each domain is its own unique string and there are no pairing beyond where 1 string retains the rights of reg for the .uk. This pairing ends upon take up. 2), Only strings made clear in the DRS are subject to the DRS system. No new evidence can be added beyond the initial complaint. Lets suppose a DRS is launched against the owner of say star.net.uk (one of the few obscure .net.uk I think still exists). The owner/registrant of star.net.uk also happens to own the .co.uk and the .uk which are unused, no pages on them at all, no redirects nothing. Neither of the other strings are mentioned in any documentation or discussions. Are there any precedents in previous cases where other identical strings not named, have been drawn in or any sort of pairing has occurred ? The DRS search tools are somewhat horrible, and I'm not having much luck.