However, Yahoo domains is the best choice to get CHEAP first 5 years for your personal domains. After 60 days you're free to transfer them to registrar of your dreams.
How did you know about that I can transfer after 60 days?
I was also thinking for private domain registration... Do you think it's important? Of course I'd not like my data to be readable for everyone.
I think the "Cheapest is not always best" is not the case here...
If something will go wrong with your order and you'll have nowhere to write and nobody to call, you'll change your opinion quite quickly. There are too many horror stories around to read... Remember old saying: "cheap meat is for the dogs". Or, in English: you get what you pay for.
any experience with yahoo domains http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...t=Melbourne+IT "Yahoo Domains are provided by MelbourneIT. If they sound familiar it is because they are the ones who recently "inadvertantly" hijacked panix.com - the domain name of the largest ISP on the East coast."
I always use GoDaddy. They have a great control panel, and they have a $2 domain when you get any other service to go along with it. I wouldn't use Yahoo, because when you renew it the rates will be higher again...
eNom's main business is with resellers, so in order not to interfere with them, they're keeping their street prices high and reseller prices low. You can get a free 8.95 eNom's account from various members of this board. 6.95 account, however, will cost you around USD200-250 - search domain offers/request forum here or eBay.
Just a warning: if you're from Kyrgystan, eNom will NOT take your credit card or even Paypal account as the payment. You'll have to pay either by wire transfer or check.