Geez, I'm clueless. Right there you already posted your questions and somehow I breezed past it down to see just your last post.Crash already posted the link that I also found for the Ikonboard-to-SMF converter. I just downloaded it and took a look for myself, and it looks like it *should* work with the version of Ikonboard you have installed here. A general workflow would be:- dump the Ikonboard database from the current host- create an empty temporary database on the new host- restore the Ikonboard database dump to that temporary DB on the new host (without actually running Ikonboard)- install SMF on the new host (including creating its own database)- run the convert.php script on the new hostIt looks like there aren't any good instructions for the conversion script and you may have to experiment as you go. The convert.php script also does not seem particularly robust, and any errors you get along the way may leave you stranded without a lot of detail on how to recover. If you decide to run it and it blows up, post notes on the steps you took to get there and any output from the script, and I'll take a look.Alternatively, if you get stuck, if you are OK with sharing the content of the current database (the only "sensitive" data in there would be email addresses and private messages — passwords are one-way hashed and not recoverable from a database dump), I'd be happy to spin up a local VM on my home computer with a copy of SMF and try running the import myself. You'd have to put the DB dump somewhere for download and PM the link. I could document the process step-by-step including any recovery steps if there are hiccups along the way.