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I'd guess that new tlds (.INFO/.BIZ/.US) are going to have relatively very few non-sensical, unduly long, hyphenated and/or covulated registrations (both speculative and by small/medium sized entities) the kind .com and to a lesser extent .net/.org did. I'd also suspect such names would continue to drop from all tlds especially .com. This will coincide with gradual acceptance of new tlds noted above as well as introduction of additional ones. The lions share of the domain market will most likely stay with .com with eventual regs around 15 mil. whereas depending on their nature (open vs. sponsored/restricted) and popularity the new tlds will range between several thousand to upto 5 mil. I believe this would all take place over next 3-5 years; no objective "proof" yet that this is what will happen so call it an informed/educated prediction. Do you agree? What do you think?