Can you please implement a better password strength checker for more secure passwords.
Have a look here: xkcd: Password Strength
Basically, cPanel doesn't recognize a password like "correct battery horse staple" (as in the example) since it doesn't have mixed case, numbers or punctuation. Yet this password is far more secure than a 8 or 10 digit non-pronounceable, and often non-rememberable password which users forget and have to write down in anycase.
According to How Secure Is My Password?, "correct battery horse staple" will take "About 54 octillion years" to hack,
whereas a "secure password" like "y85q_QMS" will take "About 57 day", or a password like "xO]JF!XrV7bd" will take "About 77 million years" to hack.
The last one is more secure, but much more difficult to remember, and as such users loose / forget them and constantly need to reset their passwords, or simply ignore the password generator's passwords and use their own much weaker passwords.
With the feature that I'm suggesting it would be easy to get users to use 4 totally random, but easy to remember passwords instead.