Got a call this weekend from one of my biggest clients to say their website was down and reporting a bandwidth exceeded error. I couldn't understand this, since I know I only recently checked this in WHM Tweak Settings to ensure that users who exceed their bandwidth would NOT have their accounts disabled. So I checked it again and realised my error… The setting is worded like this: 'Disable Suspending accounts that exceed their bandwidth limit' I had mistakenly read this as 'Disable suspended accounts...', so I thought that by unchecking this I would stop accounts from being disabled when bandwidth is exceeded, when in fact it means the exact opposite. OK, this is my mistake, but it would have been avoided if sensible wording had been chosen. I think it's reasonable to expect a setting which starts 'DISABLE' to have the more destructive effect. It's a double negative: 'Disable Suspending'. In other words, turn this option on to turn something off. Totally unintuitive. It could just read 'Suspend accounts that exceed their bandwidth limit', and its function would be obvious.