You probably already know the story. A teenager named Mike Rowe bought a domain for himself, www.mikerowesoft.com. Obviously he did it on purpose, as when you say that out loud its sounds exactly the same as Microsoft. So then MS came knocking on his door with a lawsuit. MS got a lot of bad publicity for "picking" on him, and so they recently agreed settle with Mike Rowe after he agreed to pick a new name for his site. What did he get in that settlement? Under the settlement, Microsoft would cover Mike's costs of changing to a new Web site and redirecting traffic from the old site. Microsoft also had agreed to help the Mike Rowe get Microsoft certification training and other gifts, including an Xbox game console. Further, he has been invited to a technology festival in March at the corporation's headquarters in suburban Redmond. So you'd think this guy got off pretty good with the settlement. But there is more...Now he is selling the letters he recieved from MS on eBay! And he has so far recieved a bid for $540...At first I sympathized with him a bit, but now its is clear he just wants to milk the cow and make as much money off of this as possible... I can agree he should have recieved some sort of money for his domain but the way he has scammed MS is unbelievable.