You guys do understand how unimaginably damaging these chimps are to domain reselling, right? Imagine if you were tasked with selling premium, comprehensive car insurance for only $20 a month. You'd think it would be the easiest thing in the world to sell, since everyone else was already paying $50, $70, $200 a month. So, you start making phone calls but to your surprise, people are slamming the phone down the moment you mention you're selling insurance. Those few times you do get interested clients, you have to spend an hour allaying their suspicions and fears, to convince them that indeed, your $20 insurance is legit and worth their time. And why are consumers this way? Because of mentally retarded monkey salespersons who, for the past 10 years, have contaminated their phones with idiotic and pointless sales calls trying to sell them garbage that wasn't worth their time, nevertheless their money. It's getting to the point that people getting solicitations to buy domain names are viewing them similar to "Congratulations: You're Today's 10,000th Visitor. Click Here to claim your free IPAD" The only way to counteract this is to present the right kinds of domains- that will certainly pique their interest- and put it right in the title. Even then, a lot of end-user buying decisions are very impulsive and if they've been made jaded towards domainer solicitation, the negative buyer psychology will work against you regardless of how good your names are.