Alright, here's my situation. My fiance is starting her job as a teacher here in a few weeks, and would like her own website for her students to visit for classroom news, etc. We have iLife '08, and I'd like her to use iWeb to build the page. However, instead of using her .mac URL that we'd get if we got the .mac membership, how easy is it to set up her page so that it automatically goes to her own domain name? (ie her whole site would be of the www.goodteacher.net, www.goodteacher.net/welcome, etc. instead of gallery.mac.com stuff) If this is easy to setup, how could we setup the whole .Mac situation? For instance, can she just use her normal teacher email address from her school district instead of a new .Mac email? I'd like to create my own email address using the .mac membership, and my own website. Here's what I'd like to do: Make my own website, with my own specific .mac email address (which I would use Mail.app for retrieval). If we get one individual membership, would this be possible to build 2 websites, using my specific .mac email address on one of them, and her own school district email address on hers? Or do we have to buy a family membership? If I gave her the password/access to the iDisk and everything else, she could access it. However, if we only had one account, I assume all of her bandwith from her website and mine would be lumped together? If we got a family membership, would we still have to share this bandwith on the website, iDisk, etc? I'm not too familiar with the inner workings of the .mac thing, and can't find what I'm looking for on the .mac page. I really appreciate all your help!