Oh yeah sure, I understand. I definitely didn't mean it wasn't worth what it cost. All I'm talking about is the difference between service vs. features. Simple Yahoo has all the features I need, but lately the service just plain sucks.<br><br>So, if I 'get what I pay for' with something like iPowerWeb you get 200MB hosting, 150 Emails, SSL, FTP CGI....etc. Very nice, but all I'll ever use is URL forwarding and ONE email. If all that other stuff combined is $85/year, it would just be nice to have some sort of LITE package for less money but still quality service.<br><br>I dunno, I'm so lazy I'll probably just keeping complaining to Yahoo until they fix the dang thing <br><br>
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