Guys, my only real complaint and suggestion is to fix the wicked bad lag on page shifts. Going from page to page takes at least 5 seconds for the page to respond before beginning to change, and normally closer to 10 full seconds. I don't know if others are experiencing this, but the problem appears to be within the web hoster's network. If you guys would like me to provide some traceroutes I can.
Topher, Glad to see you are among the living. I hope all is dry for you. This is actually something we're gathering data on and is considered a top off-season priority. If phone calls alone don't cut it with the host, you can bet I'll be in touch. If it matters, my own little analysis agrees with yours generally, so good call. You sound much more confident than me, and probably with good reason.
Glad my presence can still bring a twinkle to the Hornets247 eye. hehe Yeah we are holding tight here, water levels stayed around 10 ft instead of the 12-13 they were predicting, so it is just wait it out until the flood subsides. Yeah if you just do a basic tracert www.hornets247.com command in a command prompt you can see the pings explode and packet loss begins within the secureserver.net networks. However, as of me writing this now, I see that instability has cleared up. So either they did something, or it could be an intermittent router issue on their end. Also could possibly be the server that the site is on, but that would be pretty remote possibility. Let me know if you guys need any help... it's watta-do.