Anyone that doesn't want to waste a lot of time and energy dealing with complete morons, stay away from Hostgator. 1) They arbitrarily decide what is and is not comment SPAM, then arbitrarily use their Nerd-God powers to suspend the offending site (which is just a matter of deleting and recreating it to get around their suspension--I did that a few times to piss them off). I always ask for a complete transcript of all the alleged SPAM, but they are too lazy to compile it. Granted, I SPAM like a mofo, but that is not the point, right? The point is to constantly bombard them with requests and clarifications that will take up their time. Having a philosophical debate over what is and is not considered SPAM required several helpdesk tickets back and forth between us before they grew weary and caught on to what I was doing. 2) Their crackpot team of minimum-wage pocket-protector jockeys are also foremost experts in the field of domain name trademark infringement. After several requests by me for an opinion from their legal department, the idiots resorted to mob tactics and wrote "remove the sites we feel infringe, or go host somewhere else." I spent a total of $3 for those "offending" .info names that obviously infringe. I told them I had legal permission to use the domains, and that I would provide complete documentation once we set up a confidentiality agreement and had their attorneys detailed out acceptable proof of permission requirements with me. Obviously, since the domains were along the lines of "companyxSUCKS.info" they didn't believe me. I am in the Patent and Trademark business, and one thing these companies do not want the public to know: it costs a lot of money and time to prosecute a trademark infringement and it is usually easy to defend against. Scare tactics are the prosecutors best strategy, and those obviously do not work against people that fully understand the system (and exploit it). In this case, the companies that own the trademarks were not even involved. If you feel like you wasted part of your life reading this--great. Now you know how I felt using Hostgator. If anyone chooses not to use HG because of my experience, please post here so I can saver the not-even-close-to-crippling financial blow I may and may not have dealt to Goliath. I have also read other posts on here that say HG acts like Big Brother with their scripts and CPU usage. Just more cud for you to chew on. Viva la revolucion!