Ken Schaefer wrote: > Well, I agree that there isn't evidence that it crashes very much, so that's > FUD. Since I brought it up.... I'm only stating from personal experience. I believe the version I was using at the time was 2.0.3. I think they are up to 2.0.18 now. So, there have been a plethora of fixes since. Losing the board once, understandable. Things crash. That's why we do back-ups :) But when it crashed the 2nd time not too long after, I didn't even bother looking for my tar.gz backup... I went looking for some more stable software. I've had 0 issues in almost 2.5 years now with invisionboard on a high-traffic 800,000-1,000,000 page views a month site. > http://secunia.com/search/?search=phpBB The only recent mention of a hole in invision is here: http://secunia.com/advisories/17443/ and the solution states to upgrade to the latest version, 2.1.3, thus leaving no outstanding known holes. As an aside: when i switched, my bandwidth also had a DRAMATIC drop. In fact, today, with MANY more users since then (probably 4x the traffic) I'm still transferring under 50gb a month. I was hitting 60-70GB a month all the time on phpbb. Something to keep in mind if you have a smaller box or limited plan.