Must fingd a new place! Kidding. It does not sound unreasonable but I am sure everyone will desert for greener (read:free) pastures.
Ermmm. Huh? How could having images on an ISP's server affect security on your home machine? Mind you, I'm not suggesting serving image off your own harddrive... setting up a server is a whole 'nother kettle of trout. What I'm talking of (as you know, DD) is hosting images on server space owned by your ISP but which you are (probably) already paying for as part of your online service. I've been buying space on a Web Presence Provider for enough years that I honestly don't know what my current ISP provides, but back when I first got online, most ISPs had a package deal of some kind... 1-5 email addresses, 2-5 megs of web space, unlimited (or some number of hours) of online time per month, all for the low, low price of (whatever).I talked (on-line) about this last year and a lot of people seemed to have concern about somehow making themselves more vulnerable by doing this. I dunno, there might be a few issues for some, but in general it shouldn't be a big problem. Zone Alarm (or something similar) should address most security concerns.