I prefer NameCheap though cause it has less horror stories, it's interface it's better, and for that extra $2 you get free SSL and WHOISGuard.
Agreed, I use NameCheap for all my real domains and GoDaddy for my throwaway (as in not gonna renew after the year) proxies. GoDaddy throws in free whoisprotect too with bulk purchases of 5 or more domains. So for throwaway .info proxies it's a good source. Ex, 10 .info domains with whoisprotect for $9.70, can't beat that.