Like a lot of folks on here, I'm disappointed about how AT&T is addressing the throttling issue. Last year we were all told that throttling was designed to limit very heavy users. Now the threshold has been lowered to the 2 gig level that was the old mainstream plan and 50% lower than the current $30 plan. When I look at my personal data usage for a year, I used between 1-2.5 gigs a month. I averaged around 1.8 gigs. Ever since the throttling stories came out, I find myself worrying about data to the point my data usage is about half it's normal rate. And now I'm wondering why. If you feel like you're limiting the use of your phone, is it worth the unlimited data plan? If I was buying a phone today, the 3GB/$30 plan would be perfect. And if there was a crazy month where I used half a gig more than I ever had...the cost would be a measly $10. I'd much rather pony up $10 than have my device brought to a screeching halt. The only thing keeping me from switching today is that it means AT&T's heavy handed ways forced me into switching. While I don't think the letters to the FCC or threats of a class action suit will amount to anything, I do think it's important that AT&T get the message how their customers feel. I understood that $30 unlimited wasn't going to last forever. AT&T hasn't offered an unlimited data plans in 18 months. Rumors have been around for years it would likely go away with LTE. But being forced to switch or heavily modify phone usage just leaves a bad taste. But I have to admit, I'm really tempted to just move the 3 gig plan and be done with it. Has anybody else made the jump?