Yes, that's exactly what I'm planning to do. But it would be good to hear about experiences first, from people who already have been using OpenQRM to provide hosting solutions. For me the most exiting part about it is, that it supports so many virtualization types and that you can build a complete vDC with it. And not to forget that it automaticly load balances VMs over several nodes and shuts down/powers on nodes that are not needed/needed. Interesting for me is what storage kind one should use in a production environment, like NFS, LVM-NFS, AOE, or local storage and so on. And of course it's stability and it's liability when being used for a large cloud.