So, greetings! I am not a domainer, and that means I don't know the technical lingo. I was a long-standing member of BHW years ago as well as Warrior Forum under Alan. It was during this time that I acquired some domains that I have never used; I just never got into marketing, et. al. It's not that I wasn't interested and don't have the tools. I've bought a lot of tools, but just maybe my heart wasn't in it. So, what am I calling "open prefix" domains? Well, domains of the format like com-m.net, org-m.net, etc. The domains are very short and the domain name starts with a tld suffix, where m would stand for mobile and .net would be a network of such subdomain.domains.tld of sorts. I also have a few other domains where instead of com or org, the prefix is a file format, such as plr, pdf, 7z, etc. Maybe somebody can enlighten me, but I am not really interested too much in the details. I'm just really here because my registrar suggested this forum to me, quite honestly. Anyway, I do welcome your responses and look forward to hearing from you. I don't know why name and locations is so important, but KevinAuralee in MO. I do agree that .com is still the king of domains, and that .net and .org domains are still very valuable. In the right hands, a good "open prefix" domain has a lot of power, as there is no limit on the subdomains that can be used within reason. But, probably using something like CocaCola.com-m.net might possibly not have such a good outcome depending on how you use such a subdomain.