I just got a notice my broadband is going up $10 bucks a month to $50 bucks, plus $5 a month for the modem, from $3. My first thought was bolt them, oh excuse me, I meant another hardware item. DSL is $40 for 1.5 MB, so for only $10 a month more I get twice the service. I have checked my speed on cable, and it routinely runs 2.5 + MB. Anyone have a valid reason to switch to DSL? I read the thread from a few days ago. I don't get much of a slow down effect from my neighbors on the same cable. The only plus I can see from DSL is the ability to hook up another computer at no extra charge. I had a few outages in October, but cable has been pretty reliable overall. I also notice Qwest has a price increase hitting DSL. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!