@boker your business model is different. It also requires lots of work and doesn't leave much for future. I sold "only" 35 names, but my average sale price was around $4,300. My sell through % was just under 3%, but revenue was much better if I sold 50% of 1300 .coms I had (average for the year) at $xx. I assume, the OP basically means end user sales, not when you are reseller to resellers. Your end user sales are also close to 3%, which is great. And it might make sense for you to focus on those and reduce the amount of time you have to spend with domains or the same amount of time for much higher revenue. Now aftermarket vs handreg: I don't really distinguish and look down on some of my names because they are handreg. It is just that I have to spend less time looking through aftermarket and identifying good names than looking at drops and I am willing to pay premium of $5 to $xxx for that luxury. And also, most of the great names won't make it to drops, as they will be picked up at the auctions or closeouts and then one is left looking through leftovers (expireds) of leftovers (non-backordered ones) of leftovers (closeouts). And it is still possible to find a diamond in the rough there, but, again, too much time per name. If I value my time at $100/hr and it takes and hour to find a great name in the list, then its cost is no longer $8 for me, it is $108.