Hi everyone, I've been working on a project lately that will be ready to launch soon. It is an interesting idea regarding a topic people are passionate about. It will be easy to get it indexed and links posted on related sites, and it is really a pretty novel idea. Just like any other idea, there is no gaurantee that it will atract any significant traffic at all, but it has potential. What I'm wondering is this. I've been hosting all my domains on a reseller account (epro hosting) for the last year or so. It is one of those unlimited traffic accounts, and haven't had any problems with the meager amount of traffic that I get on my other sites. I'm sure it would handle considerable more traffic than anything I get so far. But if I get lucky and have a website hit the front page of Digg or get mentioned on National TV, I'm pretty sure that the surge of traffic will create a problem. For all my other sites I just figure if it gets popular enough I will see my stats growing and have time to find another solution if neccessary. But what if a site goes viral? How do you deal with that. And if you have an idea and a way to implement it that has a really good potential of going viral how should that be dealt with. If the surge of traffic might take down the host, I don't want to risk my other sites going down too, or worse losing my host account permanently. Is there a better solution? Maybe another hosting company that is still cheap enough to set up (in case it goes nowhere), but still be able to handle a surge of traffic if it succeeds in going viral? Does anyone have any suggestions as to where would be a good place to host the new site? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.