For the last few months, I've been bumping into issues with a few hosts since I moved from my first one. This may sound like a rant, but I'm tired of having to fight with the server than enjoying it. I was with Intrippid for a few months, then I get a random notification stating I'm using more harddrive space than I should. Since they changed their choices of tiers for minecraft, I have no clue of what exactly I ordered. What I find disturbing is the fact of a limited size of 10GB harddrive space and $5 for every additional 5GB of additional space needed. All their tiers of choices say 10GB harddrive currently. Plugins (including all the image tiles for dynmap which is about 10-10.5GB): 11GB Main World Alone: 8-9GB, 1-2 Backups of worlds: 6GB, I was at 27GB alone. They gave me 1 week from the notification to fix this. No suggestions other than pay more to keep the server from crashing until the space usage was fixed. The only way I could have fixed this was remove the backups and dynmap. Needless to say, I wouldn't be nearly as upset if they would have not waited a couple or so months that I've gone over a harddrive limit. They don't even do automated backups of the server, they let the owners manage the backups through multicraft which only backups the main world, and that's it! No plugins, no other worlds. I was suggested Gizmoservers.com, as they were friends, and I got a discount on the first payment. I was told, on their teamspeak, they had database setup I could use. Their multicraft hadn't been updated for the option and it took 3-4 days before I got an answer back stating they don't do databases. I gave up and traded up HawkEye for CoreProtect and lost the WebUI we enjoyed using to keep track of things. Then we noticed that when we thought the server had crashed, it was actually still running when you joined the server, multicraft's serverlog was not loading any info other than stating autosaving. Again, as stated, using multicraft, limited backups. Then today I noticed no one was on the server, I get told that no one can really do anything because it kept crashing. Come to find out, when someone joined and tried to do something, Essentials, Towny, and Citizens were spewing out errors. After doing some checks, they updated, with no notification, to 1109 build of Spigot, which uses MC 1.4.6. None of erroring plugins had updates for this. I would like to find a decent server that gives a fair bit of harddrive space at least, 35GB+, MySQL, 2.5Gb RAM, and if possible, no multicraft. Bonus if I could have a simple way, without having an FTP client do it, to go through and delete a file folder. I've spent hours, or couple days, moving old plugin files to a single folder to be deleted. I gave up one time trying to delete all the old tile data on Dynmap I just asked via ticket for someone to delete it for me without them explaining to me how to use an FTP client. One fad that seems to have died is SSH access. I know it's a security issue, but I honestly miss using it when managing the server than having to use JSONAPI and BukkitGUI to see the server console when the server is up. It would also be helpful for when deleting large number of files stated above.