Except that DSL6 is not going to do much in the way of concurrent TV and internet use. A 25Gbps or 50Gbps plan will be required for households that have several people using internet and TV at the same time. Still, the prices are fairly good for the unlimited internet.
I'd have to agree that, even at $17.95, the skinny basic is overpriced. That many channels are available for free, OTA, in the US or the UK. Seeing that most are either government funded or supported by advertising, I see little value there. The only channels of value to Canadians are the US stations and they will, no doubt, be simsubbed into oblivion which reduces their value significantly.