I appreciate the CNAME support, but what about offering full DNS access to advanced users? What if I want to modify the TTL values? Or create a SRV record? What if I want to specify a distinct MX record for a subdomain? What if I want to treat dynadot nameservers as public secondaries, and maintain dns through my own private master? Right now I feel like I'm using mitts, which limits my enthusiasm for dynadot.
We believe that for most customers, 3 MX records and the 4 hour DNS TTL is sufficient. Also, there are a number of free DNS service providers you can use. That said, for 2011 we are looking to upgrade our hardware to better accommodate advanced users.
Just wanted to say I was coming here to ask for this as well.
For example I'm moving my name servers to a new server with a new IPs and it would be (err would have been) extremely helpful to use dynadot as a transitional service while I transfer the private nameservers to the new IPs.
Most every other registrar I have used offers this, but I was surprised it is not here!