Not any more since I transferred all my domains out of GoDaddy, after "the incident". Since I no longer had the 300 domains minimum requirement to have an Account Manager. GoDaddy took my Account Manager away. Quite legitimately. It was the price I was prepared to pay for GoDaddy not to be able to take my domains away from me, at will. It was inconvenient not having email support any longer. But with no domains in my account, and with my deep knowledge of how GoDaddy Registrar operates, there really isn't much necessity for me to have an Account Manager. My auction activity also dried up at the same time. GoDaddy are not a company I trust to give you a fair shake when push comes to shove. That trust has been irrevocably broken. So my continued business with them is severely limited. On purpose. At the same time auction prices have risen somewhat severely (due to HD and proxy bidders generally), and I haven't followed this upward trend. My focus has been on reducing the size of my portfolio. I'm downsizing. Getting rid of the dross. But not going away.