I am not certain what country MDL is based in, if any? These comments are related to the UK only. There is a lot of fuss by Government about Internet Access Speeds. I pay for fibre and although the online tests show up to 25 mbits second, I find speed is not really a factor only most sites. Amazon has always seemed to load faster, but for a lot of forums and general interest sites it seems to make little difference when upgrading.. It seems to me that once you get to about 10 mbits, that is fast enough. You do see a few providers for 100 mbits, but is this really any use for a single user? Am I correct is saying that super fast access is only really any use for big commercial sites like Amazon, Ebay and online purchasing? The Government is threatening the Telcos about access to very remote areas, where the cost would never be recovered. Is this pressure being applied in the much larger USA?