I think that it's time that the term high-speed internet should be broken down into more specific classifications. Right now, anything that is not dial-up (DSL/Cable/Satellite) is called high-speed internet. So far that's been sufficient as anything but dial-up was leagues ahead in speed. Now as the faster speeds (3-5 Mbps) are going consumer, there needs to be a new term. Just saying, "Yeah, I've got high-speed internet" it not too descriptive when online gaming and video streaming can sometimes require that you have 512K-1M internet, and the base-line 128/256K connections just don't cut it anymore. What could be done to remedy this situation? Should there be 'classes' of high-speed? New term like "massive-speed" (This might not work since it will keep getting faster, and you'd run out of descriptors)? Like monitor resolutions (VGA, EGA, XGA, etc.)? Or will it sort itself out as providers start to drop the slower connects so that the entry level is 512K or 1M?