Myself and alot of friends currently have a server and once our website starts getting lots of visitors we are going to keep adding more and more CPU's. Currently we have to purchase different licenses depending on the number of CPU's we have. Our suggestion is, litespeed should have an unlimited CPU license that supports an unlimited amount of CPUs. I think i read that litespeed can support up to 16 CPU cores, and that's fine, so you should keep on working on supporting more and more CPU cores and customers won't have to purchase a different license. For example, an Unlimited CPU license could cost $120 per month and it would support unlimited CPU's but you could state litespeed currently only supports 16 cores, and state when litespeed supports more cores the customer won't have to upgrade their license. Our next suggestion is regarding the bandwidth protection feature you have. Our suggestion is, the admin should be able to set a maximum amount of bandwidth(in and out. http/https/ftp etc) they want their server to use each month, and once the bandwidth limit is reached, their server will shut down, instead of displaying a 'bandwidth exceeded' type page. The shutdown feature should work on CentOS, Ubuntu, etc. There could be a graphical 12 month calendar so users can choose when the month starts and ends. The date could be retrieved from the CentOS/Ubuntu/etc clock.