I never said that was traffic management. Notice the words "also" and "too". It's two separate issues which I made very clear, although you don't know the difference between their and there so it's no surprise. As for your rant, I don't believe you. I have read elsewhere that they DO have a policy towards youtube and I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH YOUTUBE CONSTANTLY. So as far as I'm concerned, what YOU said is rubbish, and really, unless you actually work for them with some high up position, then you wouldn't even know what their policy is anyway. p.s. Also that thing about popularity is a load of bolx. I am getting a constant loading circle at the moment, even on a video with over 6 million views. Fanboi drivel. I'm not paying average prices so why should I be satisfied with an average speed? Besides, my neighbour is on a 24mbit package and he gets about 17 mbit all the time. So when my 20mbit gets gimped down to whatever punishment they deem fair, it's far from what I could be getting. But yea you are right, their service twenty years from now is probably going to be very good, so I have no right to be unenthused about present day life.