Any thoughts? I use BitTorrent (I like to be able to pull down a couple new TV episodes or a movie per night) and I download large podcasts with iTunes every day (as well as the occasional legit movie - though I do think Apple charges too much compared to what I pay at my local Video store). However I DO manage my bandwidth usage as I need to be able to do other things at the same time (plus I'm not some ignorant jerk who thinks more connections and no upload limits will help them download more). Right now with Xnet EVERY SINGLE service is crippled during off-peak hours regardless of how much I manage my bandwidth. Even turning off BitTorrent and iTunes doesn't help.
Jamie Kahn Genet
P.S. As you can imagine from what I'm downloading - I hardly ever turn my real TV on nowadays. Maybe three times a week to catch the NEWS, but that's it. There's always bugger-all on (I left the TV on after the NEWS the other day, while I was working, and struck no less than three new reality crap shows - ugg!) and I like being able to pick what I want when I want.