At the recommendation of people in this forum I got a VPS from xsserver.eu. The offer seemed really good - unlimited data, 100 mbps, 90 gig hdd, 1 gb ram for $35 a month. I logged on and the desktop seemed really nice, it was a bit laggy but it looked nice. The connection was FAST. However I bought a new license for SB, put it up and running and first found out it was not my name on the license, but some random eastern european guy. WTF. Then my desktop "broke" - at the start I had a really nice full screen look, as if it was my computer and not just a remote controlled server. But now the windows are all messed up and I don't get the full screen effect any more and I have to scroll down and to the side to see anything nowadays which is annoying. Anyone know how to fix this? But that's not the main problem. Every time I have tried to run scrapebox this damn thing has crashed. Bear in mind my laptop is a modest thing, dual core with 2 gig of ram, and a shitty 5 mbps line. I thought this VPS would be able to rip through URLs in no time and deliver the speeds I could only dream of. Unfortunately this was not the case. Only a few minutes into harvesting this damn thing would crash. The guys at xsserver.eu are not very helpful at all and their site is terrible for those who are new to VPS. Their offer sounded great and if it all worked I would have been extremely happy with it but right now I can only harvest at the speed I was harvesting before so it's basically no change and I'm a hundred bucks out of pocket (extra SB license + first month VPS fee). Can anyone who has dealt with xsserver.eu and who has experience with scrapebox, namely harvesting, link extracting and checking (not posting really), help me get around their servers which appear to me to be somewhat overcrowded. I guess you get what you pay for. HELP!! There are only days before Yahoo! shuts down the API and many many core aspects of SB life are going to be snatched away from us. I haven't slept the past two nights and I am no closer to getting any good lists before it goes.