Artstar...i've been naming businesses since college in 1968 (fifty one years ago). Like someone said earlier in this thread, there are thousands of good names that never sell, mostly due to lack of exposure End users have never heard of names like BrandBucket, Brandpa, Flippa, Uniregistry, Afternic, Affilias or Sedo. Before I learned about this industry just 18 months ago, I'd only heard of Network Solutions and Go Daddy. I know for a FACT, the "average" business person doesn't know this industry exists, thus the reason I see a HUGE opportunity Just a few minutes ago I hand registered the domain StealthLegal(.)com and according to GD it's valued at $1,778...and as a comparison GD shows RocketLegal sold for $17,000 "Stealth" and "Legal" are both considered keywords with "stealth" valued at $1,874 and "Legal" valued at $1,845. I wonder if Brand Bucket would try to hawk my domain to graduate students at Harvard or Princeton law schools...duh I also just registered, StealthAeronautics(.)com...that GD values at $1,209. Stealth and Aeronautics go together like "fish and chips" or "salt and pepper", and they're both key words. Other than this domain being a little long-18 letters, what aerospace contractor or aerospace engineer wouldn't like to own a business named Stealth Aeronautics. Anyone suppose companies like Uniregistry or Sedo would take a name like this to NASA or Purdue that has the most prestigious aeronautical school in the world? (Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon went to Purdue). That's all I got...Cheers! ..