www.godaddy.com <- Cheap, easy, great service.
I second godaddy. I got 10 years for $60 bucks. Free parking. They give you free webmain if you sign up with their email as well...
I had all sorts of problems getting my server to work with them (all my fault), but I was on the phone with them in less than 2 minutes every time. They have great service/support...
And a 3rd for godaddy, i have 20some domains registered with them as well as some registered elsewhere originally and transfered to them, and its all gone smoothly. The only thing that was a "gotcha" is that the domains automatically renew for another if your cc info is saved with them and vaild, as mine was. You can of course, turn this option on or off on a per domain basis for any/all of your domains, but I wanted to let a few die that I had registered for a friend and never got used, and now I have them for another year. So they're good, just a heads up on the autorenew (which is a good thing in most cases).
I can do both domain registration and hosting ... I run an ISP here in the UK specialising in hosting. IF anyone wants more details PM me.
Car: About to change
Player: VIA Eden, 256Mb RAM, Bootable from 64MB Compactflash, 40GB MP3 HD, IRMan, Wireless Keyboard, 5.6" In-dash TFT, 12v DC-DC, running Windows XP Embedded with Wireless LAN, Mobile Internet, GPS Sat Navigation.
== Running MediaEngine for the front end whilst I build a front end in VB.NET, but may stick with ME 2.0 ==
Thanks for the help.