An anonymous reader writes: It has been many, many moons since a good registrar debate has been on the frontpage.
My wife has finally gotten into the 21st century, and wants me to grab a domain & set up a website for our personal use. Back in the day, squatters were a huge problem, godaddy would snipe your searches and grab the domain name you wanted before you could get to it and try to extort it from you, etc etc.
SO, how's the registrar field looking nowadays? Are the Great Old Ones (like, for instance, NETSOL) still worth the extra money for better tools/UI/service/etc? Or are we better off just going with the cheapest?