Originally Posted by squirrel
In terms of which is *better*, I'd say you need to consider the aliasing plans of the relevant registries.
I think its a case by case basis, but what squirrel said is huge. If Verisgin doesn't apply for the .net of a script and does so for the .com I think it kills the .net. It will be 2 years before the .net gets aliased at best. Having said that I have Arabic .nets doing well, I am not sure they need aliasing only development
I don't think the results here
are relevant for IDNs, again as squirrel said not all scripts have .orgs and Russians seem to despise .nets which kills me because I have some nice .nets (: