With "Next Gen" gaming right around the corner we are seeing a lot of information on the possibilities of streaming games. It seems inevitable that digital purchases and streaming games will be the future of gaming. We also have a large variety of video streaming services available which work remarkable well. PC gaming has a huge amount of always online games that many people have played for years. For all of this to work well we need good speeds. I am concerned about what this is going to mean for the consumers when it comes to their internet providers. If feel like there is a reckoning coming from cable companies and it's going to get a lot more expensive for everyone. You hear a lot about connections being throttle and people having to pay different pricing for bandwidth usage. I have been through the pricing increases along with everyone else over the years. All the talk about the new consoles having many more streaming application plus all the talk about them being the component hooked to your TV that will replace everything else sounds awesome. The only thing is I have to pay someone to be able to stream all that content. Are internet costs going to skyrocket? Does anyone have any thoughts or information what could happen?