Well, I've known about AT&T's claim about the Internet infrastructure being put to it's limits sometime around next year because of the ever growing bandwidth needs. However, two questions linger in my mind. First and foremost, I know that the cable companies are all about sucking as much money as they can get their hands out of from the consumer, and they've obviously got more than enough money to build a bigger, better Internet infrastructure, so why don't they? My second question is, why don't ISP's support a free and open Internet? I know they want more money, and in that regard, are trying to fight NN, so they can block sites, or make you pay a fee for them. Thanks!