I've got a question about the whole SEO hosting thing. I'm going to be doing a bunch of different local sites for clients, like dogGroomingLondon.com, ambulanceChaserLondon.com, hotMobileNurseNewcastle.com, etc. I'm not going to be doing anything essentially black hat with them -- maybe a bit gray hat here and there -- but still don't like the idea of them all being easily seen to be one grouping of sites; if some piece of algo or some reviewer doesn't like one, I worry they might all get tanked. So it's not going to be a blog network or anything like that, but just sites that I want to keep separate. The sites will all be as different as I can make them, design-wise, etc., but some stuff will probably be similar between sites, like the overall site structure, the onpage setup, etc. Now, I read the excellent stuff by savvypro and that's pretty much put me off SEO hosting. So my question is, should I still maybe just go for SEO hosting, just for what it's worth? Or go with normal hosting and get a unique IP for each site I build (although would that make little sites like this look a bit unnatural, making them stand out)? Or go for multiple different hosts (which might become a bit of a hassle as I start building up to 20, 30 sites or more)? Or is it no big deal when it comes to this kind of portfolio of sites, and I should just use normal shared hosting and forget about it? Would appreciate your thoughts. Thanks.