OK. We all know not to try to sell TM domain to the trademark owner. However the TM owner only has rights limited to the TM issuance, else they have prove they have a TM by usage. So we are OK to sell the domain outside the realms of their trademark. Is that correct assumption? Suppose I have a domain name, UsefulTool.com, and there is a trademark issued for UsefulTools.com, where the TM is for electrical tools eg, saws, drills, etc. I think I can sell my domain to any computer software company without threat of trademark infringement. Is that correct? Now for my question.... I have my domain UsefulTool.com listed on my domain portfolio website and resolves to the domain page on the website. It is categorized in Software, and Tools. Most of the other domains in Tools are of the type used by the TM holder above, but not infringing on their TM. Could the TM holder use my categorization against me in a UDRP as evidence of bad faith registration (or anything else)? Would it make any difference, if it was only categorized in Software and not in Tools at all? Alternatively. Could I use my categorization in a UDRP as proof of my not infringing on the TM? The domains are not real. They are for illustration purposes only. Any insights would be well received. Thank you.