The domain name Cragslist.org (yes its a typo) sold on NameJet.com yesterday for $17,211.
5 bidders were in the auction at $1,000 +
The domain has an Alexa rank of 2.8 Million and Compete is showing Traffic of 300 for last month, but as high as 56,000 per month going back to June 2010.
Of course Craigslist is trademarked and is one of the best known sites on the web.
The typo is espeically troubling since Craigslist uses Craigslist.org as its main site and its ranked as the 36th busiest site on the web by Alexa.
Why people are willing to spend $17K on a typo of a trademark in this day and age, when the domain can be taken upon a WIPO filing is truly mind blowing.
On the other hand the .com version of the domain name, Cragslist.com has been registered since November 2000 and is not owned by Craigslist.com and has not been the subject of a UDRP.
Actually I could only find two UDRP cases ever filed by Craigslist, one against the domain, craiglist.com way back in 2007 and for craigslist.fr in 2008.