I even have a minimal copy of my main site encrypted on a memory stick on my keychain so worse case if something catastrophic were to happen I can bootstrap my site back online from anywhere.
Of course I would lose all the correspondence, screen shots, and the data would be a few days old but that's better than a total loss as you can always start making thousands of new screen shots and anyone that didn't hear from you can write back!
Besides that, it's on a server, a backup server, 2 local PCs (rotating copies) and a couple of backup drives... maybe I should burn a new DVD too :)
Seriously though, I don't care how hardened your firewalls are the least path of resistance is actually to gain access to someone's desktop machines and tunnel back into the servers from there.
Not that I've ever done this, but I had it happen to a customer once, and I was pulling my hair out cause I knew that server was locked down tight as a drum which actually pointed back to their PCs!
Hope WHT gets back online and figures out what went wrong.
[edited by: incrediBILL at 8:50 pm (utc) on Mar. 26, 2009]