I don't know much about paid VPNs but any multi-hop VPN is good!otherwise useless
OkayFreedom is pretty good I got a free 1 year subscription awhile ago.It's a bit sad that not many VPN providers offer servers in Estonia, Russia, Poland, Belarus. I know that ExpressVPN and NordVPN have some, but too costly for monthly subscribtion. Well, I have Windscribe Pro and it currently have LT, RUS, LAT, but speeds are dramatically reduced, either with OpenVPN or IKEv2 and sometimes servers restart or suddenly drop dead for few secs, I don't know whats up with that, but very annoying. Voting for AirVPN as favourite, haven't let me down in last 2 months and I haven't found any better so far, although I miss above mentioned servers.. still searching around..
I agree, Windscribe's speed were medicore when I tried it.I own KeepSolid and Windscribe both unlimited lifetime but I have to say, Windscribe is one of the worst VPN's I have seen, EVER!
But KeepSolid is a solid choice, good speed and decent amount of features and 2 secure connection modes. It also passes the firewall in my country (similar to China's firewall) which is key to me.
For the price I got the KeepSolid I am happy with it but Price aside If one's need to assess the features and security I would suggest looking elsewhere.
Again I would suggest staying away from windscribe unless using the free version.
"The government argued that, since the "inspection" of the data was to be carried out by a machine, they were exempt from the normal search-and-seizure protections of the Fourth Amendment."I think everyone should be aware of this, when deciding on a VPN.