"More goods than bads"4.0 starson by AjaxDaKid
Pros: SQL Server, Data Size, PRICE, Multiple Domains
Cons: Not a real registrar, uptime lately
Summary: I have used Brinkster for almost 3 years now. Up until about a month ago uptime was really good. Not sure what changed recently, but it has really been dicey lately. Hopefully they get it sorted out. The one thing I would suggest is to not register your domains with Brinkster because they are not a real registrar. I would go with GoDaddy or some other real registrar who will allow you to control your domains directly. Brinkster will also not allow you to transfer your domains in. So, if for example you have a domain at networksolutions then you can not transfer it to be managed at Brinkster unless you wait (with your site down) for it to expire and then rebuy it (hopefully nobody else bought it) through Brinkster. Other than the unusual domain handeling Brinkster is pretty solid. You can point multiple domains at the same website and then use code to handle each one independantly. It is pretty easy to do and I have 10 domains showing different content on one webpage for $17 a month.