Now the euphoria and/or relief of .uk announcements has died down. Nominet have laid at the plans in detail about .uk and I know have not solicited opinions about any changes, however up until February there is an opportunity to provide Nominet with some observations that they may consider incorporating into there final detailed release. To start with, some areas that maybe warrant some changes; Price - although there is a case for £2.50 p.a. is reasonable, there is also a case for saying that if you own both .co.uk and .uk and only effectively use one, then there should be a different price. Also there is a case of whether Nominet needs to re-look at all its prices due to the huge extra surplus the current suggested pricing model will produce. Security - as there will be cases of 2 different owners of .co.uk and .uk in the first 5 years it will be rare, maybe only 100,000 cases. But that will develop in the mind of the consumer that .uk and .co.uk are one and the same, that may well be exploited by those that want to steal traffic or commit illegal security breaches. Sub domains - in both V1 and V2 there was extensive sections on sub domains. I have not come across how this area will be dealt with under V3. DRS - maybe there would be the possibility of a cheaper 'fast track' for DRS complaints on set criteria created by the introduction of .uk, like against those that register <argos>co.uk. Any more or comments on the above would as always be welcome, this is not Nominet bashing it is trying to improve the UK namespace.