I always like to see great domain names put to use by end users (as opposed to domainers), so I wanted to give a shout out to John Sowden. John works for RepairClinic.com (an online appliance parts retailer) as their VP of something, and he's been really helpful with a couple of articles that we've published.
He pinged me last month to say that he had launched a site for his appliance repair show called (appropriately enough): ApplianceRepair.com. John's been working in the appliance industry for more than 2 decades and he really knows his stuff. If you're interested in radio along the lines of "Car Talk for Appliances" check it out.
By the way, from a domainer's point of view ApplianceRepair.com is a fantastic name. My stats show that people are much more likely to type-in a domain name that's "NounVerb.com" than one that's "VerbNoun.com" (ie RepairAppliances.com), and my guess is that that gives "NounVerb" domains a bit of a boost in search engine results as well (the domain name is one of the few bits of data that the user gets to see before they click).