I'm curious. How is shell access handled in ISPConfig? I read in one thread that, customers don't get shell access? But I also see that thats an option to give users, so that was real confusing. I also saw someone suggest give 'em chroot'd shells, but even then thats not built in. My point is, that was one of the major things that drew me to ISPConfig from the other Hosting Managers out there, because the type of hosting services I offer shell usage is a very key point (I host text games like, MUD's, MUSHes, etc..). My users actually need use to a compiler and what not other development tools. Is the users given to customers, virtual users, and given a mysql PAM authentication to the shell? Or what is it? Sorry, the whole part has been confusing me rather well, and I'm just investigating ISPConfig extensively before I actually make the switch over to it (that and I'm in the process of moving so don't have time to test it out on any of my servers). Also, how well does ISPConfig handle working on multiple servers as one tool?