Hi KnownHost people, Here's my situation: I've been with another hosting company for 2 years this month. In that time, my server has been down 13 times and I've had various other issues. Every time the server goes down, they never tell me why, they just respond to the support ticket by telling me everything is back up again. Their support has been rude for no apparent reason, doesn't really fully answer questions. Slow. I'm done. I think I have way more server than I need, so I'd like help in assessing the best fit for my needs. I understand that things change so I may need to bump things up in the future. Here are the numbers: I currently have five domains on my server but I'll be removing one so I'm not counting it. All sites are WordPress. All are running WP Super Cache. Total disk space used (all four sites): 12GB Traffic Numbers: Unique Visitors (average over Feb, March, & April 2013) Site 1: 74974 Site 2: 10438 Site 3: 7243 Site 4: 1080 Bandwidth usage on server: Feb 2013: 155.93 GB March 2013: 193.35 GB April 2013: 171.02 GB When I look at WHM and look at Service Status, I get these numbers: Server load 0.23 (8 CPUs) Memory Used 11.9% (249,492 of 2,097,152) In the Daily Process Log, my top three sites use .78, .56, and .15% of CPU. According to the note at the top of this page, "You have 8 CPUs; therefore, these CPU percentages are divided by 8 to indicate the true percentage of all CPU power used." I was originally on their Essentials plan for $49 with 60 GB Storage 1 TB Monthly Transfer 768 MB Guaranteed RAM 1.5 GB Burst RAM I was originally on one of their plans with 60 GB Storage 1 TB Monthly Transfer 768 MB Guaranteed RAM but I upgraded to my current plan with 90 GB Storage 1.5 TB Monthly Transfer 2 GB Guaranteed RAM because they told me two things were causing issues on my server: 1. A very high number of failures as a result of memory shortages 2. A high amount of CPU bursting I can tell from the numbers that I don't need as much storage or bandwidth (transfer) as I have but I'm not sure about the RAM. It looks like to me that the VPS-4 might be a good fit and maybe I might need to bump to the VPS-5. What are your suggestions and how do you interpret the numbers I've provided? Thank you!