This matter has been troubling me for some time and feedback from anyone reading this is appreciated.<BR><BR>Let&#039s say that you&#039ve decided to take the Object Oriented approach in contructing a site in ASP (as OO as VBscript could be anyway). Most of your pages have unique rules, so you bundle them into many tiny scriplets (WSC files), each performing several simple tasks. What troubles me is this:<BR>If the site is complex, there is a potential of several dozen to hundreds of scriptlets which the server must handle. Because WSC files are basically treated as COM objects (which is why they can be useful in OO programming), IIS will load and cache them using in dllhost. <BR><BR>My Question is whether dllhost and IIS could actually handle so many objects, without compromising stability,