I come across a lot of Cool Ideas that may be innovative, but aren't quite practical, or are simply too expensive to have mass appeal. The Banus Soap Holder definitely does not fall into those categories. It was designed especially for the overflow holes of the bathroom sink. It keeps the soap dry and clean, and it doesn't require any installation. Not only does it save sink top space, but it keeps your sink from crudding up with soap scum. The design is only a prototype right now, but I honestly don't see why it's not in every bathroom worldwide. It was actually designed by a scientist who specializes in Alzheimer's disease, named Marcos Shayo. What do you think? Pretty clever, eh?