I don't know about other domain investors, but I have been getting much more aggressive about my pricing. I'm quoting top prices and sticking to my guns. I'm not desperate to sell any domains and I rather wait for buyers that have real ideas and real budgets for my more valuable domains. About three months ago, I switched most of my domains to PUR (price upon request). Not sure I like it or not. My instinct tells me just to set BIN prices. But we'll see. Getting a high amount of price requests though. For now, each price request gets my firm, retail price. I had a negotiation on Sedo a couple of days ago where a negotiation broke off after the buyers first offer was $170 and my price was $4500. Buyer came all the way up to 1800. I came down a bit but buyer cancelled. Oh well, I'm not giving good domains away this year. Maybe I'll soften next year, but in 2020, I will be pricing on the higher end and be more firm. What about you? Anything new to how you are pricing your domains.