I always sell my names with reasonable BIN pricing, with no lesser minimum bid allowed. It's worked very, very well for me, for names priced between $750 - $10,000. I have most of the names resolving to a Sedo BIN landing page with no ads (which I want), and some forwarded to the Afternic sales page for the domain. (All my names are at Godaddy.) Sedo is giving me way to many bogus "sales" that aren't real and get canceled, so I looking at pointing more names to Afternic, which I'm happy with (sales never fall through). However, Afternic/Godaddy is telling me that their research shows that they sell significantly more names for people who use their nameservers ns3.afternic.com and ns4.afternic.com which lands on a "price request" page that looks like the image I've included at the bottom of this post. Along with using these nameservers, they also want me to create a minimum bid amount, reserve price and floor price. I could see how this might work better for names that domainers price unrealistically high (most). But for names like mine that are mostly priced between $750 - $5,000, I really question this. Because, 1) once people start bidding at a lower price, it's difficult to get them up more than halfway to the full BIN price, 2) having to put your phone number in the form is off-putting (to me at least), and 3) maybe it's just me, but when I see a page like this I think the price is going to be very high since they won't show it. I might just try it with the hundred or so names that I do have priced higher than $5,000 and see what happens. But I'd love to hear the opinions of others here on this subject? Do these "request price" pages work better than BIN pages? FYI: they will not entertain the idea of creating a landing page that shows the BIN price on it. I have to do a Forward to the afternic BIN page, which is a pain when you have a lot of names. Plus, even if the minimum bid is equal to the BIN price, they insist on showing the minimum bid field still, which looks odd.