Ok, so, I was thinking about the gTLD's expanding over the years to the point of mass-saturation. I like to put assorted meats + veggies and seasonings through a meat grinder to make the best sausage links. If we apply the same thought process with a handful of gTLD's (Considering .com is my main meat), I need to cherry-pick some complementing extensions to serve as added fats, veggies, and spice. Even with all the new gTLD's that came out and the expectation for some major market shifts that would potentially reduce value in .com's, it still looks like .com is retaining superior value over the rest, years later. It might look something like this: .com - Main Meat (Portfolio majority) .net - Complementing fat (Pad portfolio) .org - Complementing fat (Pad portfolio) .jobs - Added veggies (Niche Extension targeting) .club - Added Spices (Inclusive touch) Is that the right combination to send through my meat grinder though? The idea in a complementing combination of domain extensions is like dipping my feet into the waters with a rounded presentation and flavor that is sure to make buyers drool when they walk though the proverbial portfolio door. Does anyone else put thought into how the extensions in their portfolio play together or is it normally just random investments with no strategic extension organization? What do you think a better combination would be?