Just a suggestion...you may want to have the ***** search open to another page. The last thing you want is for someone to do what I did...did the search and started roaming around on HostSearch (I hadn't been there in ages...forgot about the site actually). This is rather a low blow, but you may want some people to write a review on their site about ***** (my fiancee would be more than happy to do so) to prove they were submitted blah blah day and never posted. That way you have PROOF, not just a slanderish statement.
I do have a question...how can you filter out reviews without filtering out good reviews. For example...people might post a review on AOL because they are still stuck with the host, want to share their experience, and do not want it traced.
I also think, to support your integrity, you should put your important disclosure out on the table...not in the small print, per se. I think it would work more in your favor than against you. Matter of fact, in my opinion, you should have the blurb on your disclosure page on your front page. Just like the PigHost thread in the other forum...he had the integrity to admit what he did and I have to respect him for that. For you, you are obviously doing something that many would feel is a DIRECT conflict of interest, but you are putting it on the table and saying hey, I did this because I am tired of people getting cheated, NOT because I am trying to promote my company (which of course you will be doing in a positive light), and you would be earning the respect of your viewers.
Ok, just my two cents...now it is coffee time!