I'm quite skeptical of these figures...especially considering below; I'll be happy to comment - we get about 1000 unique visitors per day, which can rise to about 1400 on the most busy days. In the world of web hosting this is really considered a mid-sized site at best and not a world beater. We offer no streaming audio, video, or software downloads. Our "Wallpaper" section held our largest graphics, which totaled about 40 and ran about 800K each. Of course, those were not constantly downloaded and were not the most popular area on the site (the WWG forum was). We spent the past 6 months with a "Premium" hosting service, who NEVER made issue with any of this. I simply switched to Jodohost for a better deal (cost wise), but now I see that was a big mistake. Also, as a point of clarification, we do not use SQL for our site, but run on an Access database, which is a WHOPPING 3.5 (that's 3 and a half) megs in size. Wow. Sure, Access may be CPU intensive at times, but a database of this size? What has really happened here is that ANOTHER customer installed PHPBB on the server this past Saturday, which brought it down 12 times in a 24 Hour period. Support identified that person and and disabled their account. After that, they started scanning their logs for other "high utilization" customers and shut them down also, which is what happened to me. Bad, bad business practice.