WebGuy writes: Here's what is required: 1) Call Yahoo domain support ( 1-866-849-8258 ) 2) Request that your own personal name servers be registered. (The support people are supposed to know how to escalate this). 3) Keep asking, and asking, until you talk to someone who knows what they are doing. 4) Yahoo submits the request to their engineering department 5) After the request has been processed a confirmation email will be sent to you. I talked to 3 different support people who didn't know how to do this, pretended not to, or didn't know what I was talking about. I finally asked to speak to a supervisor (Bill) and he knew what I wanted right away and was very helpful. Moral of the story: If you don't get what you ask for... keep asking. WebGuy is smarter and more experience than me. Do I give them ns2.m****here.biz or my name-server I set up? ns2.sh00ter.com ns2.m****here.biz 220.127.116.11 ns1.sh00ter.com ns.m****here.biz 18.104.22.168 The tech guy told me I need to first cancel my Yahoo account, get a whoIs account then request the change. I told him that's not what the WebExpert WebGuy said so he's checking Remember, I'm just a programmer, not an IT person.