I obviously prefer it the higher the framerate (and why stop at 60 fps? Many PC games do run in well above 100 fps - it seems quite common for people playing competitive shooters to aim for somewhere around 240 fps), but as long as the framerate is stable and above something like 12-15 fps, I really am not all that bothered by lower framerates in games.
Not many PC monitors with a refresh rate to support that high refresh rate. I've got 120hz though and it's smooooooth sailing in games where I can get the FPS that high, most modern games are way to demanding for that sadly.
Yeah, I had 100/100mbit full duplex in my last apartment. Progressive 2H HD videos loaded fully in a minute or two whilst streaming was always at the lowest quality, except for maybe 10% at the time when it popped up to HD. Still having this problem.