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Interesting debate. I recently switched from DSL (average 750K up and 3MB down) to Comcast (average 2MB up and 6MB down) according to speedtest and others. It seems like an easy choice. 6 months later, I can easily say I wished I hadn't switched. It takes me longer to navigate the web, which is what I do. Comcast gets almost unusable at 6PM, the DSL never had any time impact. Sure I upload 10 megs every once in a while, and with Comcast it takes 15 seconds instead of 45, but that pales in comparison to all of the time I spend just waiting. I have a theory that speedtests don't matter if you have to wait to get to the server. I think Comcast may even parse speedtest type urls so that thier customers connect quickly. Latency on both of these ISP's avereges around 65MS, which seems slow, but the real data seems to be missing. How long does it take me to research a product and market segment using Google. My DSL was faster. I'm not sure why.