I ended my Flickr account last week. While I liked the huge amount of storage that Flickr offers, I was getting tired of the delays and overall sluggish response that it offered. Then too, that Creative Commons sales thing made me uncomfortable. I also kind of wished that I could tie in with my Google based blogspot blog better, though I realize there are limits to what third party vendors can do. What I liked about Flickr, was that the responses and comments I got from other users were usually more intelligent than the typical "Awesome!!!!!" or "You Suck!!!!" responses on other sites. (Just so we're clear here - I get more "Awesome!!!!!" responses than I do "You Suck!!!!" responses! Not enough of them, to be sure, but more!) I tried to look at 500px since I had heard many good things about it. I noticed that the free account limits you to 20 uploads a week. Not an issue once I'm up and running, though it might prove problematic on set up. But I couldn't find any reference to total amount of disk space used or upload file size. I notice that the paid accounts offer google analytics which is interesting, does anyone use them? I also notice that 500px seems oriented towards selling photos via their Prime offerings. Does this mean that it isn't really suitable for the casual amateur shooter? On the other hand, has anyone been successful selling 4/3s photos on this site? It may be obvious, but I am ambivalent about selling my photos If I did offer them for sale, I would want a place for casual, fun, photography as well as marketing photos, I would never be super serious about selling my photos, but if someone wanted to buy one, I wouldn't be insulted, either Any comments or advice you might have would be appreciated.