So, it's my third (wow) review here. After moving away from MCPH (yay!) about a month ago, I went ahead and got an OVH SSD VPS 2016 3, and here's my experiences with it after a month. For the record, I'm not going to complain about server crashes, or other issues that are my fault, just purely the VPS. Before going into the review, here's the specs in case you didn't know: CPU: Intel Zeon E5v3 @ 2.4 GHz, 2 vCores RAM: 8 GB SSD: 40 GB SSD in a Local RAID 10 Bandwidth: 100 Mbps - Unlimited traffic 10 TB if you read the ToS carefully (like I did ) So, here's the review. Same format as every other review. Final rating: 9.3/10 Ease of Use: 9/10 Performance: 9.8/10 Support: 10/10 Uptime: 10/10 Protection: 7/10 Affordability: 10/10 EASE OF USE: OVH's Manager is pretty easy to use, but does have a learning curve to it. In the general scope of things, in the first few hours, you'll probably get confused on the manager, SSH, and lots of other things. But in the end, it's not the largest learning curve, and once you learn how it all works, it's pretty easy to use. Linux also has a learning curve, but just note, Google is always your friend. Except autopay. That somehow doesn't work for me. PERFORMANCE: Considering the price, the VPS does a great job performing really well. Everything is really zippy on the VPS, apt is fast, installing stuff is fast, everything is nice and fast, including my servers. So in general, it's fast. SUPPORT: OVH has a damn good support system in place. You can email them, tweet them, send in support tickets, or call them. Plus, the support is 24/7! I actually did call them at 1am, and the support was just as good as every other time I've called them or sent in a ticket. Their support has been able to help fix my stupid issues, and answer any questions I have, all really well. While they can't touch customer VPSes, Dedis, etc, I believe it's there for security reasons, so I can forgive them on that. I once had an issue with installing Java 8, they did lead me in the right spot, but they didn't touch my VPS. So, it's a 10/10 here, still. UPTIME: So far, I've pretty much had zero downtime. There was one time where the entire VPS did fault for 3 hours, but rebooting it seemed to work, probably my fault with my servers. There was also times the VPS went down for 15-20 minutes, probably my fault too. So, at the low level, they pretty much have 100% uptime. PROTECTION: The DDoS protection for at least my VPS has done pretty well. Doing my own stress tests on the server showed that it could handled a general attack, and it handle one attack really well. There was another attack, and it really didn't handle it so well, even though mitigation was on permanent. So, a 7/10 there. It works most of the time. AFFORDABILITY: The VPS plan I'm on costs $13.49/month. No joke. Considering I have 8 GB of RAM, 40 GB of SSD, and addons are really cheap ($3 one time for another IP, and around $10/mo for another 50 GB disk), I'd really consider OVH a bargain, considering how top-notch it is, but just how cheap it is. Plus, considering their baseline VPS is just $3.49/mo (1 vCore, 2 GB RAM, 10 GB SSD), it's really justifiable for any type of server that isn't huge. CONCLUSION: I really do recommend OVH for their VPS, since they're at amazing prices for the amount of RAM you get (around $1.50/GB of RAM), and all the extra goodies included. Considering their support, protection, uptime, affordability, and lots of other things, it's a total yes for me to recommend OVH to advanced smaller server owners, as a great way to get off of shared hosting, and potentially cut costs by a lot, without sacrificing performance (a 60% price cut in my case).