So i've noticed much talk here of PBN domains and some persons who ignorantly force their opinion based on their own experiences which in most cases end up in both of them saying 2 opposite things. For example let's take the following statements into play: 1. A Fresh/Expired web2.0 won't be as strong as a domain where both have equal metrics based on popular tools. 2. A new domain will not and cannot be suitable for a PBN domain. It's just 2 statements there are more i'd like to put out there but no need to waste time with fluff, i'll just get to the question/scenarios. So here are the scenarios, i'd appreciate if someone could rank these in order from strongest to weakest. (Based on what i've read, i'll disregard every metric except referring domains(RD), as it seems these are what determine the strength of a domain while all other things are irrelevant) Authority sites: Let's assume these will be 10 RD whenever mentioned. Usage: We're going to try and rank Moneysite.com which is in the weight loss niche. Case 1: PBN1.Com - This domain has 100 referring domains, 80 from web2.0s and other fresh properties, 20 blog comments from related authority fitness sites the main blog post. Case 2: PBN2.Com - This domain has 15 referring domains all 15 are from the mobile technology niche of the 15, 5 are authority sites. Case 3: PBN3.Com - This domain has 1 really strong highly related referring domain, something like nerdfitness. Case 4: PBN4.tumblr.com - This domain has 10 really strong referring domains however, only 2 is related to the niche(they are as strong as nerdfitness) while the other 8 are from the yoga niche. Case 5: PBN5new.com - This is a brand new domain, a domain name that's related to the fitness niche, and you're able to get 3 very strong highly related referring domains, nerdfitness and 2 other sites just as strong. Of these 5 cases, which domain would be the move the needle the most? If you're able to place all 5 in order that would be appreciated as well as any explanations would be appreciated.