That'd be nice :)
Feel free to suggest more registrars to add, right now it's limited to 7 major registrars that have transparent/up-front pricing.
For the record, we found out about tld-list.com via this thread. We don't pay for advertising as a matter of principle. We don't even have an affiliate program (though we get so many requests for it that we're considering it).
@timbowhite: Nice work on the site. Feel free to contact us, we'd love to send you some swag! Is the code open source, by the way?
If you can suggest any providers in Ireland with decent, transparent pricing, please let me know!
So it means a cheaper, albeit less known, registrar might exist for any given domain, correct?
Edit: Replying to myself, I think I'm right because for some domains, you list no registrar.
For instance, .alsace  has a "No results found :(" for registrars, while a quick google search gives 1and1  as a registrar for this tld
2nd edit: it appears Gandi also registers .alsace so I don't really know...
I found this list of accrited registrars  that you could probably use, but it doesn't seem to be up to date since .alsace is not included in it.
For those curious enough, registry for .alsace is 
Just a note, your affiliate link to NameCheap returns a 404 error.
Site isn't associated with domcomp, sources for data is provided at http://tld-list.com/sources
has "no restrictions" and "Restricted to legal and natural persons in European Union member states. Previously unofficially used for sites in the Basque language, but now .eus is in official use."
Some clarification would be nice. Otherwise, great site.
It would also be nice if you cataloged providers/pricing for "local contact" and "local presence" services. I got a domain under an obscure ccTLD that was restricted to residents/local businesses a few years ago and it took me several hours to find a company that would take care of that for me.
But in general, "no restrictions" means there are no rules as to who can register the TLD, or how the registered domain has to be used.
I guess we are 'competing', but genuinely wish you good luck with your site!
I registered http://three.do, my to-do list app that helps you get your top three priorities done for the day, for $150 on 101domain.com, which is $100 cheaper than the $250 registration from Gandi.net.
Is there a way to alert the site of cheaper alternatives?
There's a list of registrars and features that I'm working on, I've added 101domain.com to it.
I especially like the sunrise feature.
Obviously you have your work cut out (a) finding all the registrars and (b) keeping the prices up to date. You can make money as an affiliate for some of the registrars so maybe it would be worth your time.
The next step is a feature to check a name for registration against all of those domains.
It would be nice to be able to display more than 20 TLDs per page. Maybe more like 100-200?
Or are some of the entries just proposals?
AFAIK google have applied for a large number of TLDs, this is one of them
- Order by price
- Filter by limit the number of characters in domain (I.e. only show domains with 2 chars)
- The prices at all the registrars selling the domain, for comparison.
Not everything is because people are unrealistic.
Biggest money grab scam to date by icann, et el.