In about 40 days my subscription to Red Hat enterprise will expire. I've never used it. I was going to migrate from RH9 to it but never got round to it -- the security updates provided by fedoralegacy.org kind of made the hassle of doing so redundant. If I renew I'll get my next year at half price (My first year was at half price too because I was a RHN subscriber). My question is should I renew? RHE 4 is on the way any moment. This may have some interesting security additions. But I doubt it can offer as much as the grsec kenel patch can? Then there's Centos, which I hear a lot of people using very happily as an alternative to RH ES. Or I could stick with RH9 for now, until the last possible moment. I never contact RedHat for technical support. I don't need it. What I do need is a relatively secure, compatible OS where I get plenty of security updates and which Plesk will continue to support for a reasonable while. RH9 gives me this - sort of -- and at a guess I'd expect Plesk to continue to support it for another year. I hope. I'd appreciate people's suggestions and feedback. Faris.