Obviously if you regged a domain prior to TM being regged it's ok. (But even then TM holders can still try reverse domain hijacking). But if they regged theirs before yours that's an issue. Everyone here says so but there has to be some instance where domainers just did the unthinkable and reached out to the TM holders and it wasn't as bad as everyone says. Or does it always end up horrible? Can you approach TM holders and just let them know you own it and leave it at that? Not saying it's for sale or whatever. Or is the mere act of reaching out "solicitation"? I'm sure there's a story to tell there. Can anyone share their experience bad or good? I suspect mostly bad. But any good results as in they actually bought? How did you go about it? I mean I've seen domainers (many in China) squatting on obvious TM domains. What's the point when everyone says it's a bad idea? Why they even bother? If you can't approach these people to try to sell? Most lead to blank pages not earning anything. I guess the real question is how do you approach a TM holder knowing it's risky? I'm sure the big boys have done it but they have the money for lawyers. What about the little guy? Who regged without doing homework and now lost money on the regged? This ought to be good. Please share. Thanks.