I live on the edge of a small village and for the last 5 years my internet connection has been provided by a wireless ISP. I have a radio on my roof with a high gain antenna that is pointed at a silo about 3 km away. This system has given me good service. It's is a 900 MHz radio with a max advertised download speed of 3 Mbps. Using various speeds tests I get usually get between 1 and 2 Mbps. The speed varies over the day and are slowest in the evening persumably due to traffic. As a bench mark my service is too slow for Netflix to work in the evenings. However even with the uneven speed issues the continuity of the service has been good as I am rarely without service, even during bad weather. Recently DSL has become available to me as well. It is from a different company but they have a good rep and they can offer me a bundled package that would include home phone and internet service. I could transfer my current land line # to them and the bundled package would be around $15 less per month then I am paying now for phone and internet. Their advertised max download speed is 5 Mbps. I am seriously considering making the switch because I would like to get enough of a speed improvement to get Netflix going and I'm hoping the with DSL I will not see the slowdowns that I currently get with my wireless system. Has anyone gone from wireless to DSL before who could offer some comments? The cost savings would be nice but I'd really like to hear how DSL compares to wireless from a speed and reliability point of view. Thanks.