said by lordofwhee:Sure, but even on a 10 Mbps coonection how often are you actually going to get 10 Mbps? Also if you have 2 or more computers in the household all using the connection you certainly aren't getting 10 Mbps. An djust because right now Hcarter in y are can offer 10 Mbps connection doesn't mean a big % are willing to shell out $70 a month for it.
Last I checked, even 10 Mb/S down is good enough for HD.
Now if in 10 years 10 Mbps is the "lite" tier and it's $40 a month then you have something
Hell, I do it on a 2.8 Mb/S connection...Sure, but it won't look so hot on a 60 inch widescreen HDTV.