So, I've recently found myself looking for web hosting again. Here's the catch: I'm on a rather tight budget, especially compared to what I need. I need: Hosting for several tiny websites owned by friends and such, which I host for free. I don't expect all of them combined to ever hit more than ~10 concurrent users. Hosting for an XF forum that needs to be able to serve 50+ concurrent users smoothly. Frankly, the more concurrent users, the better. Bandwidth to match the above, and some storage space. I don't need all that much storage space as it is; a few GB is fine. FTP, SFTP or SSH access. Not particularly fussed which. Some way to manage databases. phpMyAdmin preferred, but I honestly don't care so long as I can edit/import/export databases Apache compatibility (htaccess and such). I don't particularly care if it's IIS using Helicon Ape, Litespeed, Apache, or something else, so long as it supports Apache style htaccess and htpasswd files. Some sort of control panel to let me do things like adding new domains. I prefer Cpanel, but am absolutely fine with most alternatives. So, the problem: my budget is about $160/year, preferably less. I'd prefer a host that lets me pay using Paypal if possible. My knowledge of Linux is dramatically non-existent, so an unmanaged VPS is largely out of the question. MDDHosting seemed promising, until I did basic load testing and watched the web server spontaneously combust upon hitting 7 (!) concurrent users because of a limit of 10 CloudLinux entry processes. Also, CPU usage went through the roof. Bottom line: any suggestions at all? I'm getting increasingly desperate.