You guys may ask, "why are you doing this?" Well, it comes down to efficiency. Hosting services cost money for services I don't use, they're don't always offer the services I want or need, they're ultimately more expensive given the quality of service, and colocation allows me to expand services as they're needed. Even the best of the hosting solution is still mucky if you want to set up email aliases across domains, SSL certificates, interlaced domains (domains point to the same directories in some cases but not others), and CGI execution. Plus, I know that if something crashes the server, it's something I did. If I'm running out of filespace (although with 36GB in each server, it's not gonna happen soon) I just add a hard drive. Things moving slow, upgrade processors and RAM. Should I be paying a hundred-something each month to various hosting services (not all the same, due to different features), or pay a hundred-something for my own servers that are infinitely expandable? There's new business on the way, things you readers know nothing about...the cost of implementing those sites will be nothing more than the domain name registration and our own time and sweat. Over the years, that's a nice chunk of financial savings, especially if I'm billing someone else to host their site on my servers.