The ISP I'm with currently has been hosting my site for two years now, and I've had no complaints, except one. There are few modules available outside of the basic 5.6.0 installation.
I've had no problems with the service. It's always been reliable and secure. Whenever I manage to screw something up, they fix it as soon as possible. However, they are a small ISP, and oriented towards small businesses. "Therefore, we tend to turn away high-bandwidth sites, overly complex sites running a large amount of scripts or large databases and so on." (from here) I have nothing too complex or anything that would strain resources.
Should I ask them about adding more modules? How would I go about doing that? What if they say 'no', should I move on?
John J Reiser
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