As an avid user and supporter of Apple TV, I am greatly concerned about Comcast's recently announced 250 GB/month bandwidth limit. I've heard that 250 GB/month is quite large. However, with 4 macs, two iPhones and one Apple TV, we are on the internet quite a bit, and download the overwhelming percentage of our content. As more and more media is delivered over the internet, and as HD content becomes more available, isn't it possible to get to this limit much quicker than Comcast asserts. Obviously, Comcast is concerned with Netflix, Apple, Amazon and other future on-line content providers impacting their on-demand service. Also, I contacted Comcast to determine if they would provide information about bandwidth usage, and the response was to download software on each computer. (No one could tell me if such a program was available for an unhacked Apple TV) Quite frankly, that is not sufficient. All cell phone companies let you see your minutes used, and with them, the punishment is a per minute charge, while in this instance Comcast will suspend your internet for a year. As such, it does not seem right that Comcast cannot provide bandwidth usage so we know where we stand. Curious as to others thoughts on this.