Thanks for helping me out, I really appreciate it. It sounds like HostGator works for you and a popular hosting site. I'm definitely going to consider it and probably use it. For me, after doing some research, I'll probably keep the cost of my courses affordable and one that doesn't stray students away from taking my courses, but at the same time, I want the courses to be worth their time, while being able to apply what they learn in the class into the real world.
I've been trying to get an idea of what others charge for their Moodle courses and the success they've been having throughout their time using Moodle, so that has helped, but at the same time, every discipline is different.
Also, as I've had discussions with other Moodlers, what is the best way, in your opinion, to attract new students? Since I won't be teaching at a college, I am trying to find some unique and effective ways to attract new students to my courses on Moodle. Any thoughts? Thanks, talk to you soon.