If you think that this domain is worth a lot, just ask yourself why the largest domain owner of them all, BD, would let it go for free. It means that they were faced with the threat of a legal proceeding and Kinko's and/or their attorney decided that they would rather the domain drop rather than pay BD for it. Of course, by winning on this domain you will help to insure that Kinko's attorney has more domain work to do.
Anyone want to start a pool on how many days it takes for the new owner of Kinko.com to receive a letter from Kinko's attorney?
Do you think that Enom will give you a refund if this domain is taken from you?
Your only chance for holding this domain long-term probably rests with being named Kinko yourself.
I told you guys $20,000 involved phony bids since you would need to be nuts to pay that much for an obvious Wipo complaint. BD no doubt got a C&D letter or threat of one, so instead they let the name drop.
It reminds me about the similar bid prices involving the recent AirborneExpress.com drop and its TM issues (which was said to have caused the buyer to retract his bid).