I am on my second week in a hotel in Chicago, where their "High Speed Internet Service" is provided by Guest-Tek. Good God, I have never used a more painfully slow internet service since I was on 2400 baud dialup in 1993. Just to load this forum took 93 seconds. For a FORUM. It's freakin' TEXT...and it took 93 seconds to load. Google Maps is almost unusable, and forget even trying to go to speedtest.net to test the speed...the page can't even load after about 4 minutes of letting it sit there. I called the front desk, and even Guest-Tek's service tech, all of whom said the service was working just fine and as it's supposed to. The tech asked me to load cnn.com and see how long it took. After about 30 seconds, I said it was done, and he said "Yeah, then everything is fine..that's about right". So that's what counts for high-speed in their world I guess. I realize the service is free, but give me a break. Bandwidth is not that expensive...I'd even be willing to pay a few dollars (although not the $15 a night those swanky hotels charge for just-as-useless internet). Damn..another week of this crap.