To everyone talking about how very fast connections wasted on anything other than SSD drives... you're not looking at the big picture. The advantage is not the maximum transfer rate, but being able to provide to more devices with more bandwidth per device. My home has three desktop computers connected to a 25Mbps connection, and lets say they are all downloading a large file. In an ideal scenario, that bandwidth would be split three ways, a little over 8Mbps or 1MBps. Now, say I had a 100Mbps connection, then I'd have 33Mbps to each computer, or 4MBps. Now scale to 2Gbps. That's 666mbps or 83MBps between the three. I could dig that. Now, not everyone has three desktop computers, but the more bandwidth you have, the lower possibility of one device adversely affecting the connectivity of another.