Jim: > We're not under any obligation to tell people how the money gets > spent, but doing so certainly goes a long way building good will. In > my opinion, a simple 'We got X monies in donations which were used to > purchase dedicated hosting, bandwidth, and various novelties for booth > and show kit' once in a while would do worlds of good for showing > people how we use the money they choose to give us. I agree with completely! > I feel that the way the situation was > handled was the right way. We approached in private first. We > approached as a collective group in private. And finally when all else > failed to work, action was taken and the issues were made public. I disagree with you on this. Giving a person years with no movent to resolution is not handling it. That is just pulling the rug over it until is festers into a larger problem. Thanks, Neil -- Neil Aggarwal, (281)846-8957, www.JAMMConsulting.com Will your e-commerce site go offline if you have a DB server failure, fiber cut, flood, fire, or other disaster? If so, ask about our geographically redundant database system.