I agree. I have 6mbs DSL service at home and Gbit service at the office (limited by network hardware in the building, the line into the building is 50Gbit currently) I can move files on the office line across the globe and easily hit 450Mbit sustained speeds. I cannot do that to my own NAS at home. However, typical web surfing is actually faster at home. This is likely due to content filters we use at the office but the point is, for anything other than large file transfers, there is little user difference. To each their own, but I get far more value for my bandwidth dollar with the service I have, and still get all the content desired. We do not stream video. At all. and its not allowed on the company network other than for video teleconferences.