We currently host two SMB sites at WebHost4Life using two separate standard Windows shared-hosting accounts. We use classic ASP pages. We have customers that log in to their account and get content they have subscribed to. All is well until another account on the WH4L server blows the App Pool … then our site(s) go down for 2 – 36 hours every 45 days or so. We would like to switch hosting companies, but waffle between being very cost-sensitive, and needing the sites up reliably. Also, I am the only employee, so switching will be taxing on available time and learning curve. So, we need some answers to get up over the hump: We have two sites and a total of 12 URLs which we split a few years ago from one account to lessen the per account load on the CPU … can two sites be held in one account at Winhost? Per site, our traffic is: Site 1: Max visits per month 8,000; Max Bandwidth used: 42 GB; File size 2.6 GB Site 2: max visits per month 7,800; Max Bandwidth used: 12 GB; File size 1.9 GB We use MS Access databases … no SQL. Is this supported? Our biggest problem at WH4L seems to be how long it takes for a support ticket to get to NetOps so they can recycle the App Pool (which fixes most problems). You advertise a dedicated App Pool. This sounds much closer to a VPS than WH4L … I don’t think I understand the difference in your account set up and WH4L … will our account be in an App Pool with many others, or doesn’t it matter, etc??? I noticed on your forums, there was significant mention of “network issues” and DD of S attacks in December. Is this common and what was the effect on individual site uptime? We currently use VDeck control panel. Given the features you advertise, it sounds as if your control panel is more complicated. Is it? We have two Comodo SSL certificates for our two main URLs purchased through WH4L. Are these easy to switch over? Thanks.