Does anyone remember that period a few years ago when the market really heated up for almost anything short, like NNN, NNNN, LLL, LLLL of almost any extension? It was China-influenced, so numbers with no 4's were better, ending in 88 was better, and no vowels or V in the letter combinations was better? LLLL.com sold like hotcakes and went way up in price, but also NNNN.co and LLLL.co were selling well too on the forums. Crazy period that was, what a mania. I remember Namecheap had a $2 special on .co right before that and I registered many LLN.co, LLLL.co and some NNNN.co and sold most of them for great flips. I think at the height of it I turned down a $10k offer for a bundle that included only three NNNN.co and three NNNNN.co.