I'm wondering how everyone feels about bandwidth caps? Here in the states they keep trying to get us used to the idea by testing in certain markets here and there. So far resistance has been strong but sooner or later I suspect most people will be the little sheep that they are and just accept it as fact. I'm against bandwidth caps only because since wide spread consumer internet in the US we've been spoiled with unlimited access. All these years Road Runner has gladly taken $50 a month from me. I haven't seen anything in the way of better speeds or more reliable service. All my $50 a month got me is a modem swap a couple of times. My other thought is upstream bandwidth keeps getting cheaper and cheaper. Our ISP's providers keep cutting prices. Compared to 2001 when I first got broadband price per GB for my ISP was a lot more then it is today. I don't know about you but my price never dropped. How much of the ISPs monthly fee is pure profit? How long have they been collecting it with no service improvements? It seems as though now that we have wide spread adoption and internet access is practically a necessity they want to cap us and essentially bleed the pig for more money. The internet would've never taken off as much as it did here in the states if we had caps implemented from day one. So, they got us hooked and now want to change the rules. Sounds like something a crack dealer would to me.