Hello, I would be glad to see one nice feature (mainly) for those running shared hosting environments. The goal is to run whole httpd process with UID and GID of the user owning the content. Not only suEXEC and similar hacks. That way user does not have to give additional permissions and the whole setup should be much more secure. Implementation? I guess main process running under some global user plus "spawner" process running as root plus (max) one process per user (that only exists when it is needed). The global process receives connection and transparently proxies it (preferably via UNIX socket) to the user process (based for example on virtual host or path) that is spawned by "spawner" if it does not exist. IMHO implementation should be rather simple if you have all the rest. Also, Gentoo ebuild/overlay would be nice. And of course open sourcing the free edition would be even nicer! Not speaking about some price reduction of paid versions since my hosting in Poland is too small to afford paid version in it's current state. Especially that it is spread into several VPSes over several servers. Maybe some day when it will get bigger... But I am not sure, especially with the level of competition on current hosting market you must cut the prices not make them bigger. But anyway - there are customers who are big enough to pay and there are many small who simply don't have that big revenues. Giving them the free version for free makes your product well tested, well known and better. Thanks!