The devil is in the details Just because it's called "net neutrality" we're assuming it has something to do with making sure traffic is not interfered with. Actually, government acts are usually named oppositely from their effect. Hence the "jobs act" destroys jobs, the "patriot act" makes patriotism a crime, the "affordable housing act" puts the cost of housing out of reach, etc.
I suspect this "net neutrality" rule will turn out to be an arrow aimed at the heart of any ISP who tries to provide quality service and compete with the large incumbents. Like most captured regulators, the FCC is more concerned with protecting the turf of incumbents than it is spurring competition or innovation.