I know your proposed
solution, which certainly is the most reasonable, as it takes trademark laws 1:1.
I tried to make it more attractive for trademarkholders, who do no want to register
mybiz.us.42.reg, because it is difficult to remember.
Creating 42 or more restricted
gtlds gives them a fair chance to register in a first come-first serve way.
the first 42 trademark-holders of the same word could just register it whithout any
extension in any of the 42 new gtlds or their open counterparts. They get: mybiz.reg,
mybiz.biz, mybiz.rbiz, mybiz.show, mybiz.rshow, ...
If there are more than 42 trademark-holders
of the same word they get a legal right to obtain the same gtld-name by adding the
to it. They get: mybiz.reg/us, mybiz.rbiz/us, mybiz.rshow/us, ...
the registered area each company may only register one domain name per each trademark.
This gives every trademark-holder a fair chance.
Omitting the classes just makes
the domain name easier to remember for custumers and therefore more interesting for
trademark-holders to register. And: As everybode else, they are allowed to register
in the non-restricted area, too.
That's what my intention is all about. I did NOT
doubt the correctness of your proposel at all, though.