Well, I have been thinking whether relationship matters in domaining or does it not? When we look at learning about the domain flipping business in general, resources like NamePros and n number of blogs that are out there are not restricted to anyone in the industry. Anyone can go to forums and blogs, read and learn about the industry, how to buy and sell domain names. When it comes to selling, even then, you know that repeat sales happen only a limited number of times. Also, while you may learn n number of things that work in the market and for your friend, you still have to figure out what works for you! I mean, something that works for your friend may not be the best thing that works for you. Maybe he does geo-domains and you do 4L .coms and a third member does, say new gTLDs. And each of these people is successful in their own area. For example, Adam Dicker happened to get a bad name in the industry due to some issue or the other. No matter whose fault it was, I believe, that this won't have an impact on his domain sales. A buyer would look at the domain name, either negotiate or press the Buy Now button on the sales page that he lands on, and likes the domain. However, on the other end, there might be some other places where a relationship may actually play a part. You may connect with some brokers who do terrific business and may actually do amazing business, get you that sale you were looking for and help you with your domaining targets. This may sometimes be life-changing as well. So, what is your stance on relationship in domaining and why?