As some may already know, as of Oct 1st, Comcast will be capping its download/upload use to 250Gb per month. Some are questioning Comcasts data as to how many videos/emails/songs one must download/upload to hit this cap (for instance 50 million 0.5 kilobyte emails....never seen one myself). Critics are also concerned about how present and, more importantly, future use of streaming media and other increasingly high bandwidth uses will affect this cap. More here: http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/150473/critics_question_comcast_broadband_caps.html My thought, while 250Gb a month IS quite a lot for most folks definition of downloading/uploading, there could be some gray areas when taking into consideration the "Youtube generation". If Comcast sticks to its guns (and they are certainly not the only ones implementing or considering implementing caps), could we see a decline in the Youtubes, Pandoras, Liveleaks of the world? Your thoughts?