Ok I just have to get something off my chest here. I've heard both sides of this argument, and the vast majority of it on both sides sounds like BS to me. The internet is this really big thing, and changing a core building block regarding it is going to potentially effect it in ways nobody can predict with certainty. Any time I hear someone say it will do this or this will happen and say it like anyone who doesn't agree is a sell out or moron or greedy corporate shill or nazi or whatever... I just think they are in fact the moron or greedy shill or whatever. Sometimes the most intelligent thing to do is recognize that you don't really know what something is, and I honestly think the internet is just way too big and chaotic for anyone to know. Rather than fight and insult people who think this may be a good or bad thing, I think it's more important to try and mimize the potential damages you feel the 'wrong' choice is capable by working together with it. The other thing I don't get is that the people who are crying that it's the end of the internet as we know it now, that this is the work of big corporations and the FCC is 'selling out' or whatever... Uhh.. The BIGGEST internet corporations I can think of, google, facebook, apple... All of them were happy with how it was. So why the heck is doing what they DON'T want 'corporate shilling'... it doesn't make any damn sense.