My Viasat system was installed friday and today (sunday) I'm already disappointed. I also have DSL, where I get close to 3 mbps download and 0.7 mbps upload. As expected, my Viasat unlimited Silver plan gets much better nominal speeds (eg 30 mbps up and 4 down). However actual performance (eg on Youtube) is actually worse than DSL! I can usually watch YT at 720p and often 1080p without interruptions, but on Viasat I get brief interruptions even at 480p. And when I livestream on YT, the upload resolution is also worse than dsl (which is only 0.7 mbps upload). So, despite being nominally 10 times faster (and of course more expensive) Viasat is actually worse than dsl! It seems the key problem is that Viasat artificially limits speeds on any one device to slightly less than 480p. Amazingly I can watch YT on three different simultaneous devices each at 480p with no more frequent interruptions than on 1 device! I'm used to a fixed cost per gB, but Viasat uses a completely different model: everything is downgraded to 480p. I don't need to watch YT at 480 on three different devices - I need to stream at 720 on 1 device! It all seems a bit of a scam: what use is 30 mbps and unlimited data if one cannot even watch on 1 device at 480p?