Here is one more reason why automated appraisal tools cannot be trusted. I put in a 2 word .com domain just registered. Both words are popular on their own, and they make sense together. It got a poor result in Estibot. WHY IT'S NOT VALUABLE: Low Interest: all popular extensions, including .com appear to be available Low Searches: the term l*******e h***s is not commonly searched for on Google® Extensions Available: domains in other extensions are still available for registration So. Sure, having a name that has high interest, high searches, and is registered in all extensions makes it more valuable. However, those are not the defining factors of what makes a good name and a good brand. The domain is registered in .com. I guess the engine is slow to catch that. But very misleading and inaccurate feedback. I know that there have been many comments about the frustration of automated appraisal tools. This is another point I wanted to raise. These tools are damaging to domain sales.