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  • Actual up-to-date software, latest 64-bit Ubuntu release, mysql, php, apache and everything else at current supported versions
  • No more downtime for backups
  • Significantly increased bandwidth, upload bandwidth was the major bottleneck during spike traffic
  • Commercial grade hardware support and infrastructure (RAID drives, power backup, fault systems, 24/7 tech support)

Faster, less downtime, more secure, greater support for expansion.

Net cost stays the same but relative cost increases. It will be about $130-$150 a month, the same as before but I was personally supplementing $100 of that by paying for the internet connection.