Also, I'd like to add that hiding the program only shortens it's lifespan. Somebody WILL come out with something better somewhere down the road. The more people you get using your program, the longer life it will have, even after a better program comes out. However if a bunch of people aren't using it because they don't know about it, you're killing it off. And once it's no longer the #1 choice in the community, it won't really matter much what websites host it. Everything dies sooner or later. That's why I made the Sonic 2 Hacking Guide Personal Edition -- it allowed me to spread it around after SHaC was gone and therefore extend the life of the guide. Nemesis has a guide that became a very strong competitor to mine, and with the community moving towards ASM stuff, I knew the guide's lifespan was shortening. Had I not had a way to still get it out there, it may have died off sooner than it did. Everyone has pride of some sort, but I wouldn't let that stand in the way of your potential success.