I'm still having issues installing the svn server in Isaac's server, the mixture of CentOS and cPannel make things harder. The repo works, but as soon as first commit is done, tortoisesvn stops being able to see history.
The only option taht works on CenOS is running the daemon as root (as it's shipped), something I won't do for ethical reasons.
On my personal server, running Debian, the same exact setup, works perfectly.
I'm still on it, but I think the best option is leave Isaac server as the definitive hosting for our subversion. We've had some black days in the past (even I'd say that for being a home server, the uptime has been quite high). dyndns, even being cool, and an nice option, makes no sense when we can host it in a more permanent machine.
But this is, of course, just my personal oppinion.