Sure, I got that. I simply used it to illustrate a point of my own I think this is the best approach for anyone starting out Except that the term "high quality domains" is very relative. It's an art, not an exact science. Neither is it rocket science, but it takes time to get it. That's not a major hurdle, provided you don't use that time learning the hard way. That's to say, pissing away big bucks for supposedly "high quality domains" that aren't worth much more than what you'd paid for them at auction! Hence my suggestion to newcomers to be weary of old PRO's advice to start out by investing $xxx in "high quality domains" only. My advice is to spread that $xxx out and handreg or buy at auction many more "high quality domains". If one, or two, or ten of them don't sell or simply no longer feel like a good fit, simply let them expire and handreg or buy new ones. Rinse and repeat. It's a process. You can't rush it. And there's nothing wrong with letting go if you have (with time and experience) a new, usually better idea. What's most important, is to have that great idea when handregging or buying at auction. Doing your homework, due diligence. If you're wrong, you're wrong. Cut your losses, learn from your mistake and go register better "good quality domains"!