Correct on the DNS Advantage; it's very simple right now - just plain ol' servers.
Interesting on your fix re the firewall. When I was initially troubleshooting that issue on my machines there was nothing weird in my logs.
What did you have to end up doing? Create an inbound rule?
Either way, DynDNS offers a similar feature set to OpenDNS and is faster, as is DNS Advantage with which I am satisfied. Have you used http://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm
? That convinced me to dump OpenDNS. Your mileage may vary of course. That GRC app is clean and hasn't fubar'd any systems I've ever run it on. And my friends and family have some pretty nasty systems...
I'm not too concerned about the loss of OpenDNS's anti-bad stuff filtering as they use the same database as the one built into Firefox. In fact, you can add to the mix Panda's db by running WOT, Barracuda's via DynDNS and Finjan's via their Secure Browsing. The latter also offers a behavioral scan of a Web site as it renders; at least that's how I understand it.
You probably know all of this already, but in case not, that's my 1.05 sense for you and other users.
Edited by dallas7, 11 November 2009 - 07:29 PM.