I have no idea how this came into my head this evening, but I have a question. I know in computer terminology there is a differance between MB and Mb. MB meaning megabyte and Mb meaning megabit. Where my question comes in is about my DSL line. According to AT&T my downstream speed is 1.5 to 3.0 Mbps. So, if my understand is correct, to the common user, my max speed is really .375 MBps (since 8 bits make up a byte). So to download a 1MB file, at peak speed, it would take me 2.67 seconds to download the file. Is this correct? If so, isn't saying to the average customer you have 3Mb download speeds misleading since MOST people associate Mb to MB sicne they would never think there is a differance.