@DallasI'm in the opposite end. I've been a Flickr pro member since 2006. In the process my engagement fluctuated between enthusiasm and indifference. When my other professional side as an architect started growing, particularly after I started my PhD in architecture, my time for online engagement started shrinking. Now, I barely have time to edit. A couple of months before this change in I decided to quit being pro. I was not taking much advantage of the pro features and hadn't uploaded a thing in almost two years to my personal account. When this 1000 limit came I decided to remove all the private stuff (backup mainly), which got me under 1000 limit. Like you, I'm using images hosted on flickr in my website/blog but don't have bandwidth limitations, just storage.