You might want to look at the vps sales forum and contact some of the managed providers. I'm sure they will be able to find a suitable solution for your needs.
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Reiteration: I would need 150GB bandwidth, 256K RAM and location could be any place as long as it's reasonable fast for South America, which is where the audience is. I actually had checked your site before your reply here, very impressive WoodCrest test results but your prices are way out of my reach.
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WCSWEB: thanks for the suggestion; I did contact a few managed VPS providers (including FutureHosting, MyriadNetwork, etc) but they said "no panel, no management" and that is why I opened this thread. Looks like they are pretty dependent on a control panel package themselves. I'm surprised not a lot of people use LightTPD with VPS, since RAM is typically not exactly abundant in those solutions.
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I don't think that ServInt is offering their management skill set with control panelless VPS' (correct me if I'm wrong, but it's been awhile since I've looked).
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Servint's VPSs are all performance-crippled by default
I contacted Servint and they do manage the VPS even without a control panel... the problem is that they also cap ("dampen") all their VPSs, so if you have a busy dynamic site like I do they are not a good choice. This is reflected in their test scores in the long VPS performance thread... it's a pity really, because they are a good provider but they are expensive considering the "capping" they do.