http://www.kxxv.com/Global/story.asp?S=8483655 I saw this in the news today, I knew about Time Warner's trial in Beaumont and I can promise you if Time Warner Central Texas decides to do this in Waco I will seek another ISP. They can argue all they want about the costs of upgrading and maintaining equipment and that they are 100% fair in charging those of us who are heavier users (I was considering actually the netflix box for my TV if the quality was good) but the fact of the matter is they don't really need to charge us the extra fees. Already in the United States the ISPs are charging more than less (compared to other countries). $1 per gigabyte extra isn't going to burn a hole in my wallet if they do that here; however, it is extra money I shouldn't be spending on top of what I am already spending (and I don't know what they have set the bandwidth cap at in Beaumont). The fact is, with AT&T (and I am sure other providers will jump on this too) considering this we are going to be looking at even higher costs (and will the speeds increase?) for our access.