Thanks End. Sorry about having to go to a bandwidth surcharge, but bandwidth consumption was getting way out of hand and doubling every week. To give you an idea, I had 15% (20GB's) of my daily bandwidth going to (only) several points in Japan. I had HUNDREDS of people who were using 300-500 GB's a day. They must have been playing the music from the site all day, over and over again. I had MP3 search engines who were sending me thousands of downloaders a day, and on and on...
Bandwidth consumption was really preventing me from going to where I wanted to go with the site. Now I can put a lot of material up (an interesting selection of "core" beatlegs) instead of 1 or 2 albums. If I was a beatleg visitor, I'd much rather pay a small bandwidth surcharge and have access to several new "core" albums a week, than pay nothing and only have access to 1 or 2. The amount of money we're talking about is less than what you would pay for postage alone if you were to do a trade(assuming you could find the material) and the "trade" at Unreleasedbeatles.com is done instantly instead of having to wait several weeks, hoping your counterpart actually sends you the quality product they've committed to. The site is a lot faster and more stable for those that have supported it, which seems only fair to me.
My goal is to provide the best and most "core" beatlegs to new and intermediate collectors in an organized, expediant and inexpensive way. It's a shame that some of the best Beatles material has to remain under lock and key, gathering dust on vault shelves when there are so many people that really want to appreciate it.