Hi all, I am creating this thread to see what the AD community considers to be a reasonable or unreasonable outcome to this situation. I have recently agreed to sell a .org.uk on SEDO; it was a speculative purchase at the FTR price that I made a couple of years back. It had been listed on SEDO since I purchased it and an offer was made recently that I accepted. However, unbeknownst to me, the .co.uk version of the same domain had dropped and been renewed since my purchase - making this domain eligible under the proposed direct.uk scheme. I have had the .uk version of this .org.uk valued (albeit roughly) at a low-mid £X,XXX figure. I am entirely willing to sell this domain name and have no intention of fleeing the agreement. However SEDO does not have any time constraints in its contract and, unsurprisingly you might say, I feel that it is reasonable to complete the transaction following the outcome of direct.uk. I will honour this sale, but it is the timeframes that I am considering and would love to hear what the community makes of the scenario.