My website Carousel of Magic is currently alloted 20 Gigs of bandwidth a month. Until the site opens, I can't really be sure how much of that will be used. I am fully expecting the unexpected there though.
It seems lots of sites, particularly Disney themed sites, it seems, have had major bandwidth problems: The Disneyland Source (forced to close because of bandwidth issues; later reopened as Visions Fantastic), 1313 South Harbor Blvd (still open, but has been down for weeks at a time to due bandwidth problems), MiceChat (forced to move servers twice due to growing bandwidth usage and costs). And then there's the sites that have simply disappeared without a trace: Tower-of-Terror.com, D-Troops.com, SaveDisney.com (although they were forced to close due to their deal with Disney, and everybody knew this).
I guess my point is, it's tough for Disney sites out there. It's been my experience that most Disneys sites typically have on average one major redesign every one or two years, and I'm noticing that many sites are starting to shy away from downloadable content. The Disneyland Source closed due to bandwidth issues, and then reopened later as Visions Fantastic. After more bandwidth issues, the site went through a redesign and you now must register to view most of their content. They also recently discontinued all audio downloads on the site, now only live recordings of the park are offered.
UABMagic, which just opened, is an entire site centered around a Disney-themed radio station. The coolest part of this site is that it allows you to actually request songs to be played on the station, all automated. However, the site has had to sacrifice some in order to be DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) compliant. All requests are delayed at least one hour before being played, again in order to be DMCA compliant, and the site features many anti-piracy features so as to prevent any of the material from being downloaded.
I've got a project on the drawing board which I won't detail at the moment, it will be a Disney themed site which will offer lots of multimedia themed content. While none of the content will actually be available for download, I'm still woried to death about bandwidth.
Bandwidth, where art thou?