Now that it is in beta, I decided that I should request HTTPS certificates through the new Let's Encrypt certificate authority. It is free, secure, and provides a unique way of requesting certificates.
My only beef with the Let's Encrypt process is that, by default, the utility wants you to disable your web server in the process of requesting a certificate, so that it can listen on port 80 (or 443) for a verification challenge. I host lots of sites, many of them high-traffic, and that's kind of a deal breaker.
I have been slowly moving all of my domains away from GoDaddy to my preferred registrar, Hover (full disclosure; that's a referral link). I have about a dozen domain names, but one of them is much more complex and important than the rest: FragDev.com.
This is a small issue that took me weeks to sort out. We run a SonicWall NSA 240, which supports SNMP. The service was very easy to set up, with settings located under the "System" category and the "Administration" sub-category. There are only a few fields to configure, so you can imagine my dismay when it didn't seem to work.