Just wondering if anyone here has seen, or had any experience using a server callled Nginx (add .org to check it out). It is basically a proxy/reverse proxy/load balancer/web server all in one, depending on what you want it to do, and it has been said to drastically improve loading times when configured properly. I mostly took notice due to the configuration options. Check out the modules it has and you'll see what I mean. I know we have a lot of clever people here, so I'm curious as to what methods you see being useful. Take a particular look at the proxy config options, the upstream module, and the GeoIP module... if I am correct, you could theoretically use this server to simply serve static pages instantly, then route any other traffic to whichever server/page you wanted to. What are some creative config setups you could see potentially being created by using this?