ListBid and LazyWeb are two different models to getting software developed. One does traditional bidding. The other asks publicly and doesn’t necessarily offer money. I think they both have their roles, but that increasingly LazyWeb will be the way to go. As I mention in Ask not what the Internet can do for you, but what you can do for the Internet and as is also mentioned in Licenses Down, Services Up, and between OpenSource and the SemanticWeb, the dollar value of software goes down enough that ListBid will not likely outsurvive LazyWeb. But it will probably be viable for an extended period of time.