Would you rather have a few "perfect" domains... or hundreds of second and third-tier domains? By "perfect", I mean one-word .com's with economic importance. Actually, in the case of my collection, it would be an exact-match capital city in the .com or its respective country's ccTLD. An example of a second-tier name would be one word, but in the .org or something -- or a decent two-word combination in the .com. Third tier would be anything less than that. If I had to choose between my "top five" domains, or the entire rest of my collection, I would choose the top five. I feel like some people might be flushing thousands of dollars on a vast collection of lesser domains, while the "smart play" would be to save up money to buy one or two top-tier domains. The key question is not how many domains you have, but how much your collection is worth, right? One nice aspect of having a small, but very valuable, collection is less expense on renewal fees. Am I missing something?