First of all, thank you for putting these images together. It saves a lot of time and simplifies installations for the inexperienced.
Now the bad news. After a fresh install in a VPS.NET node, I've had some problems with your Wordpress and Drupal images.
1) You say that the default credentials for MySQL and phpMyAdmin are "username root, no password (user sets password during installation)". In my case, they are not and I can't even change anything at all.
I visit [mydomain:port] to access phpMyAdmin. Using username root and no password, as you suggest, I can't log in. Admin and no password works but when I go from Home to "Change Password", another error comes up.
#1044 - Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'mysql'
Clicking "MySQL Database Server - Global Options - User Permissions" from Webmin, I get this:
DBI connect failed : Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'mysql'
Next stop, "MySQL Database Server - Global Options - Change Administration Password" and I see:
Administration login admin
Current password No password!
Fine, let's put one. I enter a password and the result is:
Failed to change administration password : DBI connect failed : Access denied for user ''@'localhost' to database 'mysql'
2) I'm trying to find the option to protect web directories from Webmin's interface. There is nowhere to be found, unless if I didn't look hard enough. But I found it in the Webmin demo, in "Others - Protected Web Directories". There is no "Others" menu in your image.
3) There is always a difference between the real free memory reported in Webmin and the console. I hit refresh in Webmin's sidebar, input "free" via SSH at the same time and the results are different. Webmin always reports more free memory. The percentage of the difference varies from 15% (Wordpress image) to 70% (a fresh Drupal image I tested earlier). The node has absolutely no load at all.
Thank you in avance for any help. :)
P.S.: Maybe thematic forums (according to image) would be easier? The current format is not very handy.