As far as I can see the only thing that differentiates the two is that OpenVPN allows playback of regionally protected video streaming sites (like Hulu) where Tor does not.
Tor is a little more user friendly and easy to set up but file sharing through this network is frowned upon but not blocked.
Hostizzle free service requies a new key each month, a bit of a pain but I can live with that.
OpenVPN speeds seem a little better but not a huge improvement on Tor.
Which do you think does a better job at protecting ones IP address?
Is Hostizzle trustworthy? (after all, every bit of data that you send through the internet goes through their sever once you are conected).
I have read that some services like Hostizzle are set up by the very people we are trying to protect ourselves from in order to identify us, any truth to this?