We've used Tuxlite on Ubuntu for a long while, gotten used to it very much. I think I started using the Tuxlite script back in 2010 so it's been a while. I've always been a Debian/Ubuntu user, but maybe CentOS won't be too difficult to learn. It seems there are no better scripts out there than CentMinMod so... We will be upgrading our server to a very fast server (2x512GB NVMe Flash drive, 64GB ram, quad core) - do you think CentMinMod is a good match for such a fast server? I read that the new beta version of CentMinMod is able to configure everything based on a server's speed? So to get that functionality, I would need to use the beta version of CentMinMod? How stable is the beta for production? We need to have the site up and running 24/7. Once the beta goes to stable, is the upgrade process smooth? I noticed here on the community forums that when I'm logged out, the XF search functionality doesn't work. I tried searching for something, and it returned with a completely different search word. Is this because of some kind of caching? I assume such caching can be turned off from CentMinMod settings? It is important for us that guest visitors are able to use the search too. We use XF and WP. I noticed that you have created a MySQL backup script for premium members. I wish you would finish creating the version that also backs up file structures. We want to have a full site backup twice a day, incl files and MySQL. Would make for a great incentive for people to sign up as premium members here if you had such a script available We run several domains on the server, and we have a total of 4 IPs for our server. We've used Nginx on the Ubuntu. Some domains are pointed to different IPs in the vhosts. I assume it is possible to manually edit nginx vhosts without centminmod breaking? How are the vhost directories set up by default with CentMinMod; are they all under "www" or similar, or can you opt to have domains under different users, for example domain.com being in /home/username/domains/domain.com and domainy.com being in /home/username/domains/domainy.com? You have decided to disable nginx pagespeed being enabled by default. We don't use it currently, but do you think it adds noticeable speed, so that we should enable it in CentMinMod? You mention that pagespeed requires security updates; does CentMinMod handle those updates automatically? Sorry for many questions, but it's new territory for us, and since changing OSes and scripts will be a long-term change for us, we'd like to make sure this is a good fit Thanks for your superb efforts!