I'm looking for some advice. I have the opportunity to purchase a failed .COM. The .com put indie films online in iPod format for people to purchase. The profits were split 60/40 with the creator of the content. The site included short films, how to video, animation, full length documentaires. Basically take all the great indie content out there (the content that iTunes wont' take) and make it avaialbe for people to purchase for a buck or two. The founder of the site says that he just didn't devote enough time to make it work. The problem with this business is the high bandwidth costs. It looks like you would basically need a dedicated server with at least 1500GB bandwidth. That is going to run about $200/month. I have no money so I'd beg, borrow and steal to get some seed money to purchase the site and then pay for hosting for a year to try to grow the site. So...what do MacRumors readers think? You all would be a big piece of the target market for this site. Most of you own newer iPods, most of you surf the web and are open to downloading content. Would you pay for indie content? Or do you feel you get enough from free podcasts, vidcasts and YouTube? Do you think it is worth it to take a chance on this, put 10k into the business in hopes of selling the .com down the line? And on the technical side--would it be possible to use a shared hosting service for this site? Some of the videos could be 30 minutes long-150mb in size. Thanks for any advice.