I am very happy with my current internet service, Time Warner, although in my experience, they have horrible customer service and not very appealing prices, yet their internet service has been both fast and reliable for the past four years or so. But in the next four-to-six weeks I expect to relocate and the only options available would seem to be Century Link DSL at "up to" 10 Mbps or Hughes Net Gen 4 at "up to" 10-15 Mbps ( depending on whether I want to pay one arm or one arm plus a leg ). Apparently the Hughes Net also has a data limit. Wild Blue would be another option but that would also have data limits and would be even more costly. From what I can see, neither would be very reliable but Century Link would be cheaper and not have a data limit. I used to have the old Hughes Net and it was extremely unreliable and the average download speed was not much better than dial-up, and I had to use dial-up fairly often because the Hughes Net modem would go on the fritz. ( I am giving up good internet service in order to say goodbye to antenna restrictions. The new place has over 10 acres but is much more rural than the gated HOA community where I currently live. ) I download a lot of stuff ( websites, software, audio files ) but I do not stream videos. Does anyone here have any recent experience with either Century Link DSL or Hughes Net and care to recommend one over the other?