1. I'm down to 15 domains because I sold all the others (Discussed this in the video interview). 2. What works for me, may not work for others, there is no domain bible everyone must follow. 3. I had 250+ domains at one point and managed to sell them all just fine after developing them all first (I think that qualifies as hundreds, not to mention the thousands I've bought/developed/flipped over the years faster than I could let them sit) 4. I decided to stop buying in bulk (Hinse selling off my 250+ portfolio, also talked about in the video interview) 5. Just because I no longer own 250+ doesn't mean I have forgotten what it was like to have that many. 6. Even in 2015, a mini-site generates more revenue than a parked page or a domain that just sits and continues to accrue yearly renewals because it isn't selling. You can make all the excuses you want as to why you refuse to dedicate any time in developing a portfolio of domains. That's your choice. If what you do now works for you, keep it up. What works for one may not work for others and I wish you the best of success in your business model. Obviously, developing isn't your thing and I won't knock you for it. Glad you found a niche in the industry that allowed you to finacially go full time with it.