We pay $100 a month for "line-of-sight wireless" internet that rarely gives download speeds beyond 70 kbps. (or KB/ps, I can never remember when to use which one.) And the whole family is getting pretty sick of it. We live a little outside the city limits, so there's no options for cable or DSL. So, our options are: 1. Dial-up. (obviously not an option.) 2. The crap we already have. 3. Satellite internet We're going for #3. It supposedly gives much higher speed's, while costing less then what we pay now. I'd like to hear some experiences from fellow MR members, if there's anyone here in the know about this stuff. I've heard about the latency issues, which makes it no good for online gaming or VOiP. I can deal with that. But I've also heard stories of people getting not even 10% of their advertised speeds. (Which ironically, would still be faster then what we have.) I'm just wanting to know if it's worth it to switch, because even though our current connection is slow and overpriced, it's very reliable, which I've heard is sometimes not the case with satellite internet. Any thoughts? (Also, we're mostly considering WildBlue if that makes a difference.) Thank you!