When setting up a remote SQL server that I'd like to manage within cpanel, it would be excellent if the "skip name resolve" feature could be used. This is useful and standard practice. One, there is a performance benefit (no matter how minute you may think it is) to this option when you skip the name resolution. Two, I may have multiple cpanel servers with a user that I want to tie in to the same database on the same SQL server. This is especially useful when I'm attempting to 'decouple' a user's application so I can distribute it across a fleet of servers. It is a supreme pain right now to make this work if a client wants cpanel on their admin side of their setup. I tend to recommend they skip cPanel entirely right now due to this limitation for larger clients. Sort of related, a method of allowing the creation of users via "%" instead of the hostname. It doesn't even have to be a configuration in whm, I'd settle for an includes file or something that I can put directives in.