I've had Sky Broadband for slightly under 2 years now and I am sick to death of it. From day one I had issues with their service and the only real reason I have remained with them was A) at the time Virgin hadn't installed optical cables anywhere near us B) it was the fastest package available and lastly C) it was cheap! At present I am paying for a 16Mbps service. I am 187meters from my local exchange and the 3 ADSL tests show I should be able to obtain the speed I am paying for. Clearly, I am not expecting it all the time, but would you like to know what I am on just now? 66Kbps Yep, that's the speed that the ISP has reduced my line down to in order to conduct testing on the line. Whenever they attempt to increase the line speed my connection drops out irrespective of whether they use ADSL 1 or 2, the attenuation was low at 16% and all the equipment appears to be working properly. However, at least twice a week I lose my connection and it can take approximately 24hrs for it to return. I've jumped through every Sky hoop, every test, sat for hours (thank God it's free) on the telephone, replaced the filters, checked cables and Sky even replaced the router. Can they find the problem? No they cannot! Anyone got any suggestions for a new, reliable, cheap & relatively fast ISP? I've heard Virgin Media are good, but I hate Virgin Trains with such a passion that it hurts me to put a single penny in Richard Branson's pocket. I need a wireless router, at least 8Mbps and that's it really - you'd think it was simple, but thus far it's been nothing but pain!