Ok, so one of my domains is a person's name. He ran for governor somewhere once and the links are super clean. I've created a new identity and changed the name slightly (so the first letter of his last name becomes the middle initial for my new avatar). I'm retheming into a completely different niche. Interestingly enough, the TLD with good back links is http://www.domain.net. I saw the same http://www.domain.com was available for purchase and scooped it up publicly with my new name. Domain.net was registered privately. Here's my question: It feels more natural to create domain.com with a new identity and redirect domain.net to it. The .com new who.is brings the new name to life and makes the new identity more clear. It would make sense for someone to buy all .com .net and .org URLs and redirect it to the .com domain if they were a new person doing this for the first time. However ... I don't want to lose any link juice. It seems fishier to redirect .com to .net. However, my gut is telling me that since its the same exact URL spelling then nothing would be lost. What would you do in my shoes? Thank you guys!