I’m from thegood.cloud and I want to say: we did launch! It took us quite some time to get the infrastructure right, that’s why I’m responding to this stale thread…
But I have to say, prices seems to be the only thing to compete on, we’ve lost some partners this way but we believe in doing it right or not at all. Having said that, we do have our own stuff to handle, we found out we needed more than just engineers and that engineers aren’t that good of support/sales stuff (being a engineer myself) but we found some good people for that.
But you are right, we focus on business mostly as it’s hard to survive only on hosting for consumers. But I see the hosting for consumers as a way to give something back: a privacy friendly alternative for the people who care and not willing or able to self-host. To give them a good experience in performance and support we still have to ask for some money though.