I have noticed that many people look at newTLDs in a specific way. They connect a keyword with extension and later try to compare it to .com to find some estimation or idea. What I mean, for example, the domain abcd.shop becomes abcdshop.com. I cannot recall people doing this with other extensions (e.g .info) in the past. For example most people would look at car.info as a domain which has a great keyword "car" but not so good extension. (No many people would try carinfo.com comparison) I also noticed when you connect a keyword together with a new extension (.shop, .store,..) you will find very often those names with .com on Sedo and other auction platforms. Actually, Sedo is full of those names which can be purchased for low prices and that names do not get much interest, bids, much visitors to listings. You have some sales but 99% of them are not impressive. Even great Keywords once connected with an extension do not show much value. For example a good, brandable keyword "Wolf" once you add e.g. .shop extension you will get Wolfshop.com which was sold for $810 or Helmetstore.com sold for 620usd, suitshop.com for 1400usd, ................. Another example, " seafood" keyword which suits .store well (seafoodstore.com sold for $810 ) I could give really many examples like this. So to sum up, what is your opinion about it - should we look at these newTLDS keywords separately, not connecting them with extensions or not?