Clearly quizbowlpackets.com needs to stick around as it's a fantastic one-stop resource for everyone at an easy-to-remember address.
This seems like something that could be eventually integrated into and hosted by the Quizbowl Resource Database, assuming that would be OK with Matt. Any desired categorization functionality, etc, could easily be added to the existing Question Sets
section, and packets would be hosted here instead of the current fragmented state of having a partially filled database of links to packets hosted elsewhere. That would also open up the possibility of allowing people to upload the sets themselves (and, if necessary, designated administrative people could review the uploads and approve them before they are publicly available to ensure that people don't upload uncleared sets, sets they don't own, files that aren't packets, etc.) You'd also have the advantage of easily being able to see which tournaments used a particular set and statistics to see how well it played.
We could then either redirect quizbowlpackets.com to the Question Sets section of the database, with a vastly overhauled main page to make it easy to use for newcomers, etc., or have a custom dedicated frontend application for quizbowlpackets.com that uses the same database backend as the Resource DB. (I'd lean toward the former to keep things unified and reduce maintenance.)
If that's not an option, then I would prefer there to still be a dedicated website hosting everything rather than a site that links to packets hosted on other servers, so we don't have the problem of some packets disappearing, etc, like was the case when stat reports were hosted all over the place.