Obviously the value (dollar amount) you are willing to pay for a dropping domain to be registered changes as the value of the name changes. For example. Someone would pay a couple hundred bucks to drop catch ONE.IN and may only want to pay $25 to drop catch a rather meaningless lll.in name This brings about a problem. Monetizing the value of the dropping domain is an issue. There are costs involved in this process and for it to be worthwhile venture, one this community would use, the costs / benefit analysis of providing such a service must make sense. There are other obvious issues, such as corruption. In order to run a service like this the person running it should IMHO relenquish control of all of their .in extension domains fully. Or at the very least assure they will not register a single domain drop caught - period. If they are able to - then they would simply pick up all the prime domains not giving their users the possibility to get what are truly the best drops. So two scenarios. ** When the domain is eventually put into a drop scenario the user could pay a higher amount, which declines as the days go on until someone decides to purchase the drop catch. ** A regular flat fee for every domain - period. With a possible *last minute* bargains that could be caught for a cheaper fee. My main question is, at least for now, if you were to pay a drop catch fee what is the amount you would expect to pay to get the domain rightfully and within .in registry compliance. There is a poll above. Keep in mind : This is not a normal drop catching service. This is a drop catching service that will register names within milliseconds of them being dropped, not easily available drop catching software being used that takes seconds to catch the names. This would be a true solution.