This is something I've been building for the last couple months. It originally started as a Startup Weekend Ottawa project, now I'm trying to bring it into the "real world". Any feedback would be appreciated :)
Would like to point out that when you click on the link that takes you to godaddy you are given a choice of alternate domains in other TLD's.
So when I clicked on cry.bz it gave me the ability to "backorder" cry.com for $20.98
I'd like to point out to anyone not familiar with the business what ripoff this is. That is to suggest that there is a waiting list for any 3 letter .com and that you can simply pay $20.98 and get on that list. (Same with .net for that matter).
What's ironic is that particular domain cry.com is owned by a seller that won't sell really any domain for anything but an exorbitant price. (Way of of wack with whatever people think "ordinary" domain sellers do.) So this is even more of a waste of money.
Once again this isn't a comment on the site but on anyone who ends up at godaddy by using the site. (And of course since we are talking 3 letter domains there will be many who do this).
Separately I'm not a proponent of using any TLD such as .bz, .us etc. My opinion from being in this business for 17 years.
Likewise, I came across Randomainer (www.randomainer.com) which lists premium domains on the lower half of the page, below their available invented domain names. If the premium domains aren't squatted on/for sale, they have no price attached, and if you click on any one with no price it takes you to a 3rd party site (sedo.com) to "make an offer" on it. So I went to GoDaddy out of curiosity and found the domain I could "make an offer on" for the base price (on GD).